The Folkestone Triennial is pretty extraordinary. I wanted to point that out to any locals who may underestimate its calibre, and its sensitivity and pertinence to the past, present and future of our particular town. I also wanted to give some direct insight and context to outsiders who may be undecided about whether it’s worth […]
I’ve built my first static website from scratch. A very simple two-page portfolio site for a super talented young filmmaker who specialises in rap music videos. Joel had made three videos for me, so I owed him a big favour. I have used Sass in the project as it seems best-practise to approach web […]
I’ve finally made a website for a client! Okay, the client Jazz Beams are good mates of mine, the budget was £0, and I pretty much just went ahead and made what I thought they needed without much consultation. Not very representative of a real-world freelance web design job, then. But it’s a start, and […]
Ruby and I recently spent a weekend at the awesome Strange Cargo factory workshop space in Cheriton building a goofy character called ‘Virtual Tim’ for the Folkestone Charivari. It took two 12-hr working days to complete and I’m still finding glitter in my beard today. You can check out the process here: The theme of the […]
Thought I oughta capture for posterity just one of the many ace events happening in my endz lately.