Sunday, 25 October 2009

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A bit of texture.

Friday, 7 August 2009

Playing the Building


My friend Mark McNamara is in London for the rest of the month working on David Byrne's sound installation Playing the Building at the Roundhouse in Camden. The installation consists of an old organ that is hooked up to actually play the building. The keys are wired up to motors that vibrate the girders, solenoids that ping the iron columns, and air jets that blast and make flute like noises. I spent two afternoons at the Roundhouse this week photographing the installation process. To see all of my images click here and here. Please join me in experiencing this art work on the evening of 20 August.


Thursday, 11 June 2009

lost in londinium

lost in londinium from iambrianjones on Vimeo.

This little video is the result of a class I took recently. We were asked to use video to illustrate a quote relating to London. I chose the following quote by author V. S. Naipaul.

"I came to London. It had become the center of my world and I had worked hard to come to it. And I was lost."

Thursday, 28 May 2009

Lush Macro Flora


Just throwin' up some recent macro work I shot during a visit to the Royal Horticultural Society's garden at Hyde Hall in Essex. I didn't take any notes, so your guess is as good as mine as to what the plants are.

Follow this link for the full Flickr stream of all the images.

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Thursday, 8 January 2009

A Geographical Chronology

I am a huge fan of Google Maps. See the map below? I've used Google Maps to create and share a chronology of all the places where I have lived in this world. If you are at all interested click on the map below or the link that says View Larger Map. Once you have clicked through you can navigate the map by clicking the links on the left or by clicking directly on the pins embedded in the map. The pins in the map represent the exact locations of dwellings I have occupied for a month or more at a time. While you are in satelite mode you can zoom in and see what the terrain is like. Have a look and feel free to leave comments below.

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