The second part of my interview with ceramicist Sandra Olivieri, in which she recounts how coronavirus cut her travels short but allowed her to finally find her path.
Sandra Olivieri on the (literal and metaphorical) journey to become a ceramic artist, spanning over ten years, five countries, a couple of existential crises, and many adventures.
A December/January holiday in Lisbon (whose light and colours felt decidedly spring-like)
Four movies I watched in March 2020, featuring two Oscar-worthy blockbusters and two slightly more niche (but still excellent) films from Iran and Korea respectively.
An old set of photos taken in Trieste on a cold winter day.
In Part II of our interview, Ruth and I talk about our shared passion for playing classical music and we take a tour of her workshop.
Ruth of Ruth Mary Jewellery on how she found her creative niche and how she works on her business and passions. Part I of II
Some reflections on Justin Shoulder’s Carrion, presented at Fierce Festival 2019.
Photographs from a recent trip to Cornwall; landscapes, art, books and seafood.
Thoughts on books I read between May and July 2019; featuring Mervyn Peake, Ottessa Mosfegh, Han Kang, Richard Sennett, and Alice Munro.