Something You WON’T Want To Miss

Today, I have stubbled across a like-minded blog which talks about anything from Food to Baby, Designs and Travel. I have been “wooed” by Lo Zoe Musings that I have decided to share her blog with you, and of course, her fabulous new GiveAway.

This give away is Mad Men inspired and is quick and easy to enter. All you need to do is read her post about it which contains all the things you need to know. Simple!

I have also decided to promote blogs as part of a daily/weekly/monthly scheme (I am not quite sure which one yet, but I’m sure this will becoming more regular). This is a way for me to share the blogs I follow or share good posts which I think you would be interested in.

If you would like to get more credit for your work, posts or blog then please feel free to get in contact.

My Most Important Day … EVER

Tomorrow is the big day… My interview at Manchester Metropolitan University. I have been through my portfolio, and everything is looking good – everything which I want to take and be viewed is all in there.

I am feeling really pumped up and confident for the interview. Yes, I am taking fewer pieces of work than my other interviews, but I would rather be given the opportunity to speak a lot (and in depth) about my work than small little junks about a larger amount, if given the chance.

I may of course not be spoken to by the people who see my portfolio, but I think it is organised well enough to not necessarily need me there to emphasise it. If however they require more information or an in-depth explanation about my pieces then I am ready and feeling confident enough to show them my enthusiasm.

I hope to photograph my portfolio for you all to see after tomorrow’s interview.

I will of course let you all know how it goes! So stay tuned!

Capturing My Initial Ideas …

Today has been a very productive and inspirational day for taking my first set of photographs for my exam project, “Combinations and Alliances”. I have focussed purely on Textiles to start with.

The photographs I have taken are purely of regency style buildings which take up the majority of the town I live in.

Here are a few a few to tickle your taste-buds:

I also walked around a lake which is home to hundreds of ducks, so I took advantage of this great opportunity to photograph them.

I am looking forward to taking more photographs this afternoon of teeth/mouths and how they can decay (or not, in some cases).

Have a good day everyone!