Architecture, Events

The Earth and the Moon at Liverpool Cathedral

Created by artist Luke Jerram the Museum of the Moon and Earth use real NASA imagery to create a scale version of our planet and its moon. The moon was part of the River Festival in 2018 and the Earth for 2019. We were lucky enough to see it for the first time at Lakes Alive back […]

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Personal

Fear

Today I woke up from a nightmare. I get stress dreams now. I never used to but now I do. Yay? Last night I was dreaming that I was commissioned to do a coporate job in London. I couldn’t easily get across town as the flyover had been dismantled. While I was on the train […]

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Events

Museum of the Moon at Liverpool Cathedral

I first saw Museum of the Moon a couple of years ago in Kendal as part of Lakes Alive. It was breathtaking. A scale version of the moon inside a church. Why? Why not. It uses accurate NASA imagery so it’s sort of the closest you’ll get to the moon without going there. You walk […]

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Portraits

Moongai

As part of this years Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) Seven Streets is bringing together musicians from France, Russian and the to create a unique piece of music in response to WW1. The piece is called “You are here“. It’s £5 a ticket and will be at the beautiful Palm House. It’ll be one of the […]

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Events

Olympics at Liverpool Cathedral

I didn’t get to see the big event as the Olympic Torch passed through Liverpool as I was in Birkenhead photographing the flotilla of ships.  However, a few days earlier I was asked to photograph the rehearsal at Liverpool Cathedral. I heard over 20,000 people attended the event in Liverpool and from what I saw […]

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