The Quiet Days

We’ll come back to this image in a bit and what it might imply, but first let’s get out walking. On my own today, Sarah’s back at her funeral celebrant work. I love the quiet days when Christmas has gone and today begins¬†so sunny it would be just wrong not to take my camera out […]

‘Going live’ at The Everyman

I can’t say I wasn’t a bit nervous as I got off the 80 bus by the¬†Philharmonic Hall and walked along to The Everyman. It was half five and, after a cloudless blue day, finally early winter arriving, it was already a black dark night. Will people come out to this? Tom Lang who runs […]

How buildings learn: Evolving The Ev

In which views are exchanged and an idea is had. I’ve written before on here about one of my favourite architecture books ‘How buildings learn: What happens after they’re built’ by Stewart Brand. And I’ve been talking about it this week. Talking about it in our new Everyman with Artistic Director Gemma Bodinetz and Executive […]

Great Expectations

The news got through to me sideways, as news sometimes will. Mid-evening a friend, David Lloyd of SevenStreets and Bitten magazine asked if he could use one of my Greatie photos from last weekend. ‘Of course’ I’d agreed. And checked back a couple of hours later to see what he’d wanted it for. To find […]

Liverpool 8: From the air

Much of today’s post will take place high up in the air and back in time. The highest peal of ringing bells on all of the Earth, a sign up here tells me. But the Cathedral is not our subject today, it’s merely a vantage point. Neither is our subject the magnificent views of the […]