In 1903 a procession of circus elephants walked down Regent Street,  in Wrexham. This street is now trampled by arty type students as number 49 Regent Street is where you will find North Wales School of Art and Design. By using double exposure photography I brought elephants and other wildlife back through the streets of Wrexham.

If you like the double exposed photography you should definitely look at the blog of a brilliant artist/ friend of mine at…

patternsforpeople.wordpress.com 

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Here is my attempt to explain the concept behind my final degree show exhibition. I am still getting used to being filmed talking about my work so that is why I might not be so clear and why my hands fly around the place. Iv’e created another blog which you should go on if you want more information about this project, it’s at… communicationlines.wordpress.com

More Public Art

I made strings of paper stars which I hung, in a row, under an archway in Wrexham. I tied small bells to the ends of the string so that they could be heard too.

Public Art

I made strings of paper stars which I hung, in a row, under an archway in Wrexham. I tied small bells to the ends of the string so that they could be heard too.

More Fragile

Chalk stencilling around Wrexham

Fragile

Chalk stencilling around Wrexham

So we were asked if we would participate in an interview for our University’s marketing department. I was ummming and arrring about whether to put this video on my blog for various reasons, mainly because the sound of my voice goes right through me, also my geography is well shoddy and I was dead nervous and it shows. Despite all that I thought that it shows some of my recent work rather well. I highly recommend watching this with sound down low and YouTube transcribe audio on… ‘back inside my head tasty salmon’ is never a sentence that I thought that I’d ever (apparently) say.