Wednesday, 4 April 2012
Past, Present and Future
It's been a fascinating and busy period of late.
As well as revisiting my past in terms of TV storyboarding (see recent posts below), I have been working on a large illustration project for the esteemed Why Not Associates.
I will post more detail in due course on this (it's still in the developmental stage) but suffice to say it will see my humble line reach the world of on-screen moving image, as part of a typically rich mix from this influential studio.
And for a very pertinent and life-affirming cause, to boot.
Also upcoming is the marvellous chance offered to me by designer Becky Chilcott to be a 'Conference Illustrator' at an upcoming event at the hallowed halls of the St. Bride Foundation, just off Fleet Street.
What is a 'Conference illustrator', you may well ask?
We shall see what we shall see. And draw what we shall draw, too.
More soon on that as well.
Finally - here is a fragment from my freshly-completed 'bio auto graphic' edition: 'On The Margins'.
A copy is winging its way across the cold seas to Jutland even as I type this, to be included in the exhibition of that theme at the 4th annual Doverodde Book Arts Festival and Symposium (at the atmospheric Limfjordcentre, by the twinkling fjord waters). There it will be in the safe hands of my darling Dane, Mette-Sofie D. Ambeck, who is the event's organizer this year.
Good luck, sweetheart.