Light & Dark

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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Building Block

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I'd been inside all day.
17th Jun 2005, 23:17   comments (2)


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It's been another long day, another seven shows, waiting for another
break in the weather to no avail.


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or "What I Did Today".

We had six shows to get-in, plot, and run one-after-another in the morning, then the performances in the afternoon/evening. Woo.

Knackered now. Same again tomorrow.
16th Jun 2005, 23:25   comments (0)


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Not really a stage, though. One of the storerooms at the campus
bar/venue: nicely random.
15th Jun 2005, 22:06   comments (6)


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I made a film. It's very short, and it's not what you might call narrative-based - doesn't even have any dialogue.

You can downloaderify it here [16MB .mov], and check out the release notes over at my weblog.

In particular, I should point out that audio and video are free to share, remix and mashup under a Creative Commons non-commercial sampling plus licence: the music I've used is also made available in that way, so it requires me to play by the same rules. Share and enjoy!

Up Tallescope!

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Another day in the theatre.
14th Jun 2005, 22:31   comments (1)

Forest For The Trees

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Display stands.
14th Jun 2005, 22:26   comments (5)

There Goes Productivity

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Eight discs. Forty episodes.
13th Jun 2005, 18:46   | tags:,,comments (5)