The lesson? Vlogging, it seems, is similar but different to blogging. Blogging is debate whereas vlogging is emotive. Blogging goes for the mind where vlogging goes for the heart. Blogging is for older people where vlogging catches the young. In a split very… Continue Reading
http://laurie-penny.com/why-were-winning-social-justice-warriors-and-the-new-culture-war/ Read it.
think that the big frustration for me is that people still say ‘I don’t recognise this industry, this isn’t the industry that I work in’. Guys, we need you. We need you as allies. We need you to educate yourself so that you can see this batshit crazy behaviour and help us call it out. Because sadly much of society still gives more weight to the voices of men. Continue Reading
This just popped up on my radar – Toyota poking a bit of fun at themselves. Car manufacturers videos are really leading the way at inspiring new ways to use video and photography, so much so that the amount of… Continue Reading
On Monday I met the inimitable Mr Brind for coffee with the beautiful backdrop of Somerset House in London. Mostly we discussed Nordic LRP and such things, but we also discussed the idea of crewing an event and never making… Continue Reading
While drinking my morning coffee I clicked through to a few blogs I look at every now and again and was met with a post about photography at Empire LRP. Unfortunately I couldn’t comment on Jeremy’s post, so I… Continue Reading
A few months ago I posted this video to my blog. Some people tell me that studying art history from a feminist point of view is pointless. That it’s irrelevant. What’s the point of writing about art history with a feminist slant… Continue Reading
Sooooooo… there’s this Marcher I know at Empire who crews as an auctioneer for the civil service. I’m deeply offended by seeing his pants every time he puts his costume on.
When he’s trying to be more modest he looks like this, and so then I despair at his leather trousers and swarthy pirate look instead of his half-nakedness. Continue Reading
I promise, this is absolutely the last one in the series for now. However hopefully Simon will pick another game next year that we can use to develop this costume.
I want to thank Tom Garnett for sharing some gorgeous pictures from the event where he captured all my hard work. I want to thank Simon less for not wearing the whole thing and apparently not taking the armour I made for him out of the car. However, it was designed to work in layers of various kinds, and so I think it’s ok – as long as he wears it in the future sometime so that all my hard work becomes worth it. Continue Reading
My pictures are like my babies (or what I imagine having babies would be like) They take up all of my energy to create Sometimes I send them out into the world and that’s okay (sometimes it’s not,… Continue Reading