I like talking to people about their work. That's regardless of whether they're an artist, scientist or whatever. A couple of years ago I decided to formalise some of these conversations. Thus:
In 2018, Krupskaya embarked on a tour of Siberia. Over 9,000km in three weeks. I kept a diary.
In 2018, Anna and I became parents. To a pair of great horned owls, specifically. Here's how we coped:
Incase I've not mentioned it before - I love great white sharks. I'm also quite interested in their individual personalities. Here I recount some of the most memorable.
Krupskaya have enjoyed some amazing tours across Europe. I have a tendency to completely forget them. So I started keeping a diary:
During the Coronavirus shutdown, I gave myself a challenge: Reconstruct one object every day using photogrammetry. Gotta make that £30 Reality Capture subscription worth it.
I really like realtime videogame cutscenes. Squeezing every narrative drop out of an engine's capabilities. I've listed and analysed some of what I believe to be the best.
Virtual Reality and motion capture are highly immersive technologies. Rarely are the two combined into videogames. So we had a go.
I've freelanced for a number of years. Getting money from people can be a nightmare. Here's the proof.