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Month: January 2011

Model for a day

I am very fortunate to always land in the company of super creative, open-minded and experimental people, who not only enjoy flexing their artistic muscle, but encourage me to do the same. And though I am by no means a professional model, I do enjoy being the center of attention (don’t act so shocked), and so am able and willing to pose for the wonderfully talent and just plain wonderful…

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Tacky Done Right

I was in a pub in New Cross last night, The Hobgoblin, with a group of Goldsmith grads celebrating their convocation. At the bar was a woman, fairly cool I concluded. She was wearing this chubby wool sweater, crew-neck, really fuzzy, with a quaint farm motif that wrapped around the front and back. I loved it, instantly. This corny image consisting of trees, cows, a little red barn and it’s…

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