Friday 26 June 2009

the missing june pictures

13 June THE TWO ELSPETHS sunning themslves

11June material woman delivers socks for Isla from Pat in Burntwood to (another) Elspeth in Under Whittle Farm!!

11June crossing the Dove one last time Pilsbury to Sheen

10 june burdock +elderflower nr Ellastone Derbyshire

9 june contented cow by R. Dove hope u ban read the words!

9 june rain about + larks nr Blithfield Resevoir

1- 8 June Gloucester to Lichfield cathedrals

7June Birmingham Bullring fr inside Waterstones still dry

two today

25 June silver birch traps fence in bio contest by Trent canal

25 June Can you see the tiger on the deck of this barge?

Monday 22 June 2009

three more

22 June today I must prepare to leave paradise

20 June world premier FOLLOW THE MASTER re Matt Hulse's film

21 June Max aiming his camera at birthplace in Edinburgh of a great great grandfather John Shaw

Friday 19 June 2009

resuming picture updates

18 June Yellow Rattle + clover Under Whitle Farm

17 June Isla sleeping while we visit the stonemason in Wirksworth

Sunday 17 May 2009

goodbye and hallo again

open end.
burntwood, pensilva. landranger 201 : 704315

The picture and caption above show tony and pat hill waving me off to an "open end" to LOOSELINK in 2005. On tuesday I return to their (transformed) house to start the next stage: GRANDMOTHER'S FOOTSTEPS

matt hulse

The film that matt finished this spring at wooda is having its first public showing next month in edinburgh - see below

see his website: for more about the film and his residency at wooda farm

Follow The Master #1: World Premiere at EIFF

May 7, 2009


Matt Hulse’s debut feature film Follow The Master will premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival on Saturday June 20th at 7pm in The Filmhouse (Cinema 3). Tickets are available through the EIFF website from Friday 7th May.

Film Festival Synopsis

In his eagerly awaited debut feature, Edinburgh-based filmmaker Matt Hulse takes you with him on an invigorating walk following the 100-mile South Downs Way in homage to his grandpa Eric (the titular Master) who died last year. Tag along on a wildly creative, Pythonesque road trip complete with ukeleles, air drumming and the world’s most adorable dog.

Saturday 9 May 2009