Saturday, December 30, 2006

Thursday, December 14, 2006

All The Good Things In My Life Are Bad

Slightly different post today. I was asked by Greg Stekelman, aka TheManWhoFellAsleep, to be part of his virtual 'book tour', to promote his book A Year in the Life of TheManWhoFellAsleep. Basically it is like a normal book tour, but undertaken by a lazy man who can't be bothered to travel to godforsaken places like Ottakars in High Wycombe; It jumps from one of Greg's favorite sites to another each day. For those of you who don't know, one of Greg's 'hobbies' is eavesdropping on the tube and recording snippets of conversation like a public transport anthropologist (these appear weekly in London's Time Out).I could chose what i wanted to do for the tour, so i decided to illustrate Greg doing just that and name the installation after one of the overheard lines from his book. Anyway, i wouldn't have bothered if the book had been crap, but it is great so check it out (and Greg's site) if you get a chance!

Saturday, December 9, 2006


These are the first pictures from some installations i did with a French TV crew from

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Wrong turn

From a recent visit to Kew Gardens. Wasn't going to publish it here, didn't think it quite fitted, but it turned out nicely so...

Tuesday, October 17, 2006


And thats the third time they've dug that street up this month too.

Sunday, October 1, 2006

Bathroom attendant

"Need any help there sir? No? Soap? Chewing gum? Aftershave for the ladies?"

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Stubbed out

Half an hour after taking this shot, i got an email containing the picture below. Someone had spotted it in a gallery in brick lane. Not sure who the artist is... Great minds think alike / fools never differ?

Saturday, September 23, 2006


This one was hard to do, especially the 'context' shots. Trying to take steady pictures on a moving tube, without people thinking you are a pervert, is tricky.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

"Visit wonderful England!"

Made a few posters to encourage the people of dreary Barcelona to consider the English seaside as their next tourist destination.

p.s. only been away a week and had LOADS of visiters! Thanks to everyone who has left comments. I have corrected my email address, for anyone who has had mail bounced back (sorry!)