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Gathering Memories Project

For the last year or more I have been very involved with the community project ‘Gathering Memories’ which is raising funds for the Alzheimer’s Society.  My main role is that of treasurer and the upkeep of the website. The project … Continue reading

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Time flies

Really didn’t realise how long it’s been since I updated my website and much has happened since my last post. The Red Knots aka ‘B95 – the Moonbird’ was successfully exhibited at the Mall Galleries, in London. Since then I have … Continue reading

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Time for the Red Knots to fly…

I’ve been somewhat lax in posting here but time seems to have flown by and now it’s time for the Red Knots to fly. It’s going to be a busy couple of weeks starting tomorrow when I travel up to London … Continue reading

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More news…

Well since the excitement of having an article published about my Red Knot installation, on the WHSRN website, I have been told it’s also appeared on their Facebook page and is linked to ‘The Friends of the Red Knot’ Facebook page too. … Continue reading

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Article published in WHSRNews

I was contacted by Meredith Gutowski Morehouse (WHSRN Conservation Specialist) recently about my installation depicting the B95 Red Knot migration and she has written an excellent article for their newsletter which is published on their website. The Western Hemisphere Shorebird … Continue reading

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The Show Opens

We had an wonderful opening night for our degree show, with a huge number of friends and family turning up to support us. Everyone enjoyed the diverse range of exhibits and the compliments were overwhelming and I had a lot of … Continue reading

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Preview Evening

Well I can hardly believe it but our FdA Degree Show opens this evening, (6:00pm – 8:30pm at Desborough Campus, Eastleigh) and I’m looking forward to seeing friends and family  there.

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