Tuesday, 11 January 2011

A slightly late Christmas Post..

I was at home in Leighton for Christmas and it was a lovely holiday, seeing all my buddies who I had missed a lot and spending a lot of time with the family. But also working on my current project which is based around overheard conversation. As my assesment of said project is on Friday and I'm scared of jinxing it my prematurely posting my work... I'm just gonna show you some pretty pictures I took over Christmas. Above is the banner me, Nay and Hains made for our living room.

Leighton Buzzard in the snow.

My dog ain't to impressed with Christmas attire.
(as a footnote to the picture above, I definitely do not make a habit of dressing my dog up in people clothes but Christmas is special)

Went with Naomi and saw the wonderful Frank Turner at the Guildhall in Southampton just before I left for Christmas. Hadn't been to a proper gig in ages and I'd missed it so. Of course, he was absolutely brilliant! Especially considering he was pretty ill and had been told by his doctor not to play but as Hampshire is his home county he soldiered on and we were all very grateful indeed. Welled up when he played 'Long Live The Queen', screamed when Southampton was mentioned in any song and thought I would burst with joy when he played 'I Still Believe' and 'Photosynthesis'. My unwitting friends were treated to shouty, half drunk phone calls as we belted the lyrics out. Superb night!

Monday, 29 November 2010

Bristol's Helicon Magazine - Haik-who?

White, small and bird-like
The librarian sorts books
And hunts bookworms.

I don't usually include the development of a piece, but I quite liked these sketches.

For Nay's 21st Birthday :)

A couple of pictures done for Naomi Adams's 21st birthday. We had a
grand ol' time going out dressed up in 1950's themed get up. We went all out drawing lines down the backs of our legs and rolling our hair and everythang. Getting ready was loooong but well worth it
:) x
We are loyal 'An Idiot Abroad' viewers.
We love Karl Pilkington!
Me and Nay, I'm taller in real-life. But this is a visual representation of the way our hugs usually pan-out.
Love you Naomi xx

Sunday, 24 October 2010

My Dog, Barney.

Words can't really describe how much I love this dog! Really, really a lot.

Happy Birthday Steve!

For my uncle Steve :) He's got the biggest music collection I have ever seen in my liiiife! When we first visited his flat, he had cd, tape and record shelves lining every wall. Mental mate.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Beth Freeman is the Bee's Knees

Following a long excruciating conversation in which my cousin Beth thought the phrase was "The Elephant's knees", I made this for her birthday.

Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Fried Gold.

Not to say that these are deserving of such a beautiful phrase. But here are two of my comedic heroes. :D