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Saying Thanks!

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Two updates from me:

1. The good people over at Londonist have paid this little blog a huge compliment by interviewing me about it. I am totally floored. You can read the interview here. Please do read the last bit and let me know what you think of the prints for charity idea. [I'm particularly interested in contributing towards Child Welfare and Animal Protection Societies].

A private island in the middle of the city
A Private Island in The City
Previously seen here.

2. Londonist also recently ran a photography competition in collaboration with Slowdown London, called Slow Exposure. The submitted photographs needed to identify with the essential ethos of the Slowdown London project, as well as with the quirky, positive, eclectic image of Londonist.

I am thrilled to report that two of my photographs (one of them above) were selected in the top 30 that will be exhibited for a whole month (24th April to 24th May) at the Ray's Jazz Cafe at Foyles (Charing Cross, London). Do please drop by the exhibition if you're in London (entry is free). Londonist is also organising a Private view and Party (RSVP) on the 1st of May at the same venue, where the top 5 winners will be announced. I'll be there, and I'd love it if you drop by and say hello! (I'll be the deliriously happy one). See you there!

And a huge thank you to all of you who've so far commented on or about this blog- here or elsewhere; sent informed critiques and suggestions my way; taken the time to dwell over the pictures and the stories I try to tell and continued to encourage me. I might not be in action for a few days but promise to be back soon with a whole lot more.

4 comments so far:

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the interview! I've just read it and thought it was great (thanks for the plug). And congrats on getting in the Slow Exposure show, looks like its going to be a great show. Might see you at the opening night

mar00ned said...


Jonny said...

I came to your blog via Londonist & will check back to read your updates! As for selling prints, one easy way is to set up a pro account at Photobox - you can then set your print prices, types of product etc. It is free, and straightforward, to do.....

Flaneurbanite said...

simonk: Thanks and you're very wlecome! See you at the opening night:)

mar00ned: Thank you:)

Jonny: Thank you so much for the recommendation:) And do keep visiting!

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