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Biblios, Bits and Bobs…..

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A place to put academic finds, articles and other references (better this way than in my burgeoning filing cabinet, on my floor, allover my desk and kitchen counter, under my bed etc… you get the drift!)


Press release for Simon Roberts’ book  “Motherland”



An interview and a PDF of “Suburbia” from Bill Owen, suburban photographer extraordinaire:




Charlotte Cotton – thenewcolor.pdf


Found this very interesting e-book whilst surfing Flickr (and printed it at work whilst no-one was looking!! I know, poor trees…). It’s called “On Being a Photographer” by David Hurn (of Magnum fame – though I hadn’t heard of him till this!) and Bill Jay. It’s long but probably worth a read for all those wannabes (like me!) out there!




This program I am hoping will become my good friend whilst writing and researching my thesis. Did some training at the Art School library with lovely Georgina who kindly persevered with my impatience to move ahead to all the nifty things this program can do (whilst skipping all the boring stuff!). Now all i have to do, is build the damn biblio-library before I get too advanced with the writing – not hard at my rate!

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March 11, 2007 at 1:01 pm

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