Hum – so it’s been a while since I’m blogged anything I notice. I’ve not gone away. Or at least I did go away, had a baby (yes, another one!) then got back to the business of making more lovely
Back in August three roads closed to traffic in Kings Heath to allow kids (and willing adults!) to ‘play out’. It’s something associated with a bygone era – all of those street games that were so much a part of
I was a keen little dancer as a kid – ballet, tap, stage dancing. A precocious little ball of energy, clad in pink lycra with hair in a tight, tight bun and face caked in blue eyeshadow on the stage
One of the wonderful things of being a film maker rooted in my local community is seeing people who I have worked with or filmed in the day to day. Yesterday I went swimming and saw someone who I had
Within a matter of days I’ll be welcoming the latest member of the crew on board… ‘Little Bean’ as our as yet unborn offspring has come to be known, will be joining James and I sometime in the next couple
This year has been a pretty shoddy year for blogging. Thankfully that’s because it’s been a fantastic year of increasingly ambitious, interesting film projects with wonderful people. This blogpost is a bit of a round-up with some thank yous thrown
35 pupils in four schools have now been part of creating a total of eight films about the history of Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath, all of which will eventually be added to our online archive of the building
As you may or may not be aware, when I’m not making films I’m running around doing stuff with the rather lovely group that call ourselves the ‘Friends of Moseley Road Baths’. As the Baths’ friends we highlight its current plight (open at half capacity with just one pool, in need of urgent repairs and with its future hanging in the balance), campaign for its future and importantly, help celebrate its past.
I’ve recently found out about a film competition taking place over the next couple of months which I have been asked to promote. There are now huge amounts of festivals and competitions, locally, nationally, internationally, and often online. What I
I’m chuffed to bits to be able to share the ‘Green Rivers Wildlife Diaries’ film with everyone. It was premiered at the end of 2009 to a lovely audience comprising friends and family of the group and local decision makers from around Walsall.