Rachel and Bethany preparing for Mad Men fancy dress.


My friend Maya put on a production of the play Three Tall Women last weekend in the Barron Theater, St. Andrews. It truly blue my mind. Not only for being above and beyond what I believed this town could offer, but in it's beauty and eloquence which were remarkable regardless of venue.

"Three Tall Women by Edward Albee explores our need for resilient self-deception. Centered on Albee’s adoptive mother, the play should be considered neither commemorative nor ridden with revenge, but rather an attempt at objectifying her life. The main characters A, B and C play the same woman at different stages in the course of the same life cycle. In other words, they schematise this woman's internal development by giving it the form of intra subjective interaction. Anchoring their discussion on the most important memories, they compare accounts and force the catalysis of temporary identities."

A was Emily MacDonald, B was Shayna Layton and C was Randy Jane.

These are Maya's production photos.



William Gedney was an American photographer whose work had little recognition before his death in 1989. He documented a visual diary of street scenes from America, India and around Europe, choosing graceful moments between siblings, coal miners and Hindu worshippers. Gedney created an honest and emotional picture of a life around him at the time. There is something so raw about these images, evoking a sad reality that continues to prevail. His photographs and writings were left to friend Lee Friedlander and are now housed at the Duke University Rare book, manuscripts and special collections department.



"Make me an offer is a collection of cameras purchased at car boot sales in the Cardiff area over the past year. These cameras contained undeveloped film hidden inside. Here's a look at the cameras, the price paid for each and the images I discovered after developing the film inside. "

The project allows viewers to select a camera and click through the developed photos. Here are some of my favourites:

Brendan is currently studying Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport.

The entire project can be seen HERE. Where he also has a few brilliant shots of his own making.