This is me looking cool, calm, and collected. Not manic at all. All that meditation must have paid off.
Connie on the phone to Las Vegas, fixing up a deal for me to do a month’s residency next spring. She’s from Adelaide, in sunny Australia, and she traded that for wet Wiltshire, bless her. She is very lovely, as you can see.
This bird plays the soprano saxophone, with authentic finger positions. Purists will note missing pads and keys, but all the ones the bird plays are there, so there. Watch my animated video Cool & Hot and all will be revealed.
A sample score page of Arpeggiatore, showing what happens if I change my mind when composing. You can listen to the track on my handy player
A screen from blender showing just a small part of the movements and orientations of the main bird character in my animation Cool & Hot. Blending is very time-consuming.
This is my dog Millie telling me to stop mucking about with the Mac and take her out for a walk. Or give her a treat. Or preferably both.
Illuminated cars, small penguins, a rocket lamp, a jelly belly catalogue, a swiss army knife in its box, a mai chi sign (mai chi is mai version of tai chi), an origami kit, and various other trinkets, all under the spell of Jackson Pollock’s ‘Summertime’. What more could anyone want?
Swindon is a much maligned town, but I don’t know why. It has a bi-polar roundabout, a great speedway team, and brilliant sunsets like this. It’s the same sun as can be seen from Miami, Dubai, Sydney, the French Riviera, and anywhere else in the galaxy.