A summary video of last years holiday in Cambodia. Soundtrack of course by probably the most famous song about Cambodia- Dead Kennedys ironic and iconic “Holiday In Cambodia”. Might have to hit up Tourism Cambodia for this one…Read more "Holiday In Cambodia"
Edinburgh, Scotland, 2005: Deacon Brodie, was a Scottish cabinet-maker, deacon of a trades guild, and Edinburgh city councillor, who maintained a secret life as a burglar- partly for the thrill, and partly to fund his gambling. This iconic pub on Edinburgh’s royal mile has been there for years and honors the scoundrel. I finally got around to developing […]Read more "Deacon Brodie"
Wellington, April 2016: This car park was definitely taken…Read more "No Parking"
Wellington, April 2016: This large (by NZ standards) former tertiary institute expired at around the same time this Kodak Ektar 64T film did. And just like this 35mm expired film, it is apparently getting another lease of life. There are new owners and supposedly new occupants- but the only life we saw were some homies running their dogs (who tried […]Read more "Expired"
Bokor, Cambodia, October 2015: Exploring the ruin of the French colonial era Bokor Casino Hotel in Cambodia. The Casino was fought over by the invading/liberating Vietnamese forces and the murderous Khmer Rouge from 1979 onward. Due to it’s strategic place and size on Bokor plateau it was invaluable to either side to gain an advantage over […]Read more "Casino Rouge"
Wellington, March 2016: This man was vigorously resisting arrest by four police officers- perhaps with good reason, perhaps not. The scene was rather bizarre as it all occurred down a lane, well away from the prying eyes of the public. A woman approached me and said “good on ya- keep them honest”. I don’t think me […]Read more "Arrest"