Chick Corea, Sonny Rollins, Macie Gray and many others spectacularise this jazz festival with their talents.
I arrived in New York in a blackout following Hurricane Sandy and left amidst a blizzard. Here are the moments in between.
Donald Sassoon, John Hull, Israel Rosenfield, Michael Stipe, Amos Gitai, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Gavin Bryars and Etel Adnan, Sissel Tolass, John Giorno, Siah Armajani, Pierre de Meuron and Jacques Herzon, and Ed Atkins amongst many more.
Once a year some of London’s most beautiful buildings are opened to the public. Here are some of them…
This year’s Freize Art Fair amasses some of the most interesting contemporary artists with a few early 20th century artists in the mix.
I finally made it to these magnificent cliffs which harken to scenes from a 19th century novel or from a 20th century war… For me on this sunny day it was just a walk along the cliffs of Dover.
In Dungeness, Kent lies this beautiful garden which served the basis of Derek’s 1990’s film “The Garden.” Here are pieces of this beautiful and other worldly space.
Ceramics, cheese, bees and love!
Some images from Geneva, Switzerland….
This is one of the best hidden secrets of the film festival circuit couched in the Alps with some of the best new independent filmmakers and their productions.
Whickham and Blanchland provide much of the scenery here from a church’s austere decor to sheep populating the hills to the Olympic symbols recently installed on a bridge in Newcastle. Past and present collide in this space where “anti-climb” paint … Continue reading
These are images I took while working on a cooperative farm in Cornwall and a co-housing project in Dorset.