Finally! Completely outside of my original time frame the podcast has finally gone live. Its quite nerve wracking to hit the publish button and hear your voice talk out across the internet. Hearing your voice played back to you is […]
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That Boris Johnson has been a right pain in the you know where, and not just politically, he’s really added some big delays to my project. I had lined up some fabulous interviews with women in local politics all of […]
Clare and I first met at the Derby Print open in May this year. When I entered the front room at Banks Mills Studios together with the rest of my family, it was she who greeted us, made us feel […]
How could one translate silence into imagery? We all might have an initial idea of what a “loud” image is: something with exaggerated bright colours maybe, “screaming” at the viewer. But what is it that makes a picture silent? And […]
An un-apologetically messy journey between life and the development of a new podcast series exploring sociopolitical issues.
As part of my research into different businesses and creative women in business, I spoke to Director of InDesignSkills Ltd, Grace Fussell. Established as a limited company in April 2018, InDesignSkills is a blog-based e-business the offers authentic and relatable […]
While researching the different types of creative businesses being run by creative women, I spoke to Managing Director of Creative City, Beth Powell, about running her company. In this interview she tells me about the creative possibilities and challenges of […]
The latest episode of the Sadd Artist is upon us. Please check it out on YouTube
New blog focused around interviews with practitioners from various art and design backgrounds.
I am discovering, meeting, and interviewing artists and write about it about four times a year.
I’ve been scratching my head trying to think what to write about this month. When I review the art I have been working on it all seems rather paltry, although I know I have been busy. This has led me […]
Recently I had a lovely interview with Kickstart & Inspire about life as a practicing Artist. I would like to share it with you.. #myworld What age did you fall in love with art? I don’t remember an age when […]
Emily Peasgood is one of the 2017 Folkestone Triennial commissioned artists. She’s created ‘Halfway to Heaven’, an acoustic piece drawing on both geological and cultural divides, neatly fitting this year’s theme ‘Double Edge’. Peasgood discusses her work with Jillian Knipe.
Interest in my Thread of Life project is certainly gathering pace, although I still have a long way to go with my crowd funding campaign. This week I’ve been invited to BBC Radio Sheffield to talk about the project, and […]