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I was backing up some files and I found this video I made with Prabha during a relaxing night earlier in the year.

I’m expecting an invitation to The Guggenheim any minute now 😉

 
Seriously though … The lobe wobbles like the cousin of Flubber.
Freaky Deaky 😀

Do you love food…?
Do you love music …?

Then this may be right up your alley 🙂

The Love Music Love Food book is the brainchild of world renowned food photographer Patrice De Villiers with words/interviews by music journalist Andrew Harrison and recipes by personal chef to the rockstars Sarah Muir.

The book itself is a cover to cover sit down with musicians from the up and coming through to living legends, each talking about their foods of choice accompanied by recipe ideas and all thrown together in a mix of stunning photography and layered over 240 pages.

Proceeds of the book go to the Teenage Cancer Trust and the book is on general release from Sept 5th, but you can pick up advanced copies from Selfridges or, as I did, directly from the Teenage Cancer Trust website.

Measuring 30×30 it’s a book that takes some shelf space. And why not, it stands out in every other way too 🙂

Teenage Cancer Trust  www.TeenageCancerTrust.org
Love Music Love food   www.LoveMusicLoveFood.org
Patrice De Villiers   www.PatriceDeVilliers.com
Sarah Muir   www.ArchesCookerySchool.co.uk
Jason Kedgley (book design)  www.Tomato.co.uk
   
Love Music Love Food on facebook:  http://facebook.com/Love-Music-Love-Food

 

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… in the making 🙂

Fullscreen for Hi-Def

Following my trip to Colonsay, I have finished editing some of the panoramas I took.
They are a combination of 3 to 15 images depending on the image and how wide I went with a couple being a complete 360deg sweep….

They range in sizes with the biggest ones being around the 5ft mark, so they could easily be blown up to 20ft and beyond.
Pictures this size are a huuuuge amount of data which are slow to put together and edit, but now they’re complete they’re ready for action.

All the images are available for licensing and I’m in discussions with a few companies as well as the Scottish Tourist Board.
Here’s hoping they like what they see and can make use of them.

Feedback or comments are welcome.

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