7 June 2013
I recently had a chance to work on a project that was fairly different to the ones I worked on lately.
For a start it wasn’t a WordPress website.
Don’t get me wrong I love WordPress very very much, but finally doing something different was… refreshing.
Basically the core of the development and all the back-end was very much done when I jumped on this bus, but the good thing was that I had few key points and a clear view from the client of what the project needed. Although the time frame was limited the key points were very well defined and that made it easy to quickly create a clean design.
(Oh, and the front-end framework is Bootstrap.)
Final result: http://romaninscriptionsofbritain.org/.
This Summer I visited Portugal again, after 11 years, and tried to reshoot Cabo da Roca as I remembered I shot it in 2003. This is the only place I visited twice during my journeys.
As you can see I didn’t remember the shot that well, also the place has changed a bit, finally mist wasn’t there this time!
Few months ago I woke up and laughed at the incredibly ridiculous shape the hair on my head managed to show in the mirror.
I took a picture, a trendy selfie… From then on I’m taking a picture of my face first thing every morning for a year.
A timelapse of what 365 days can do to you. The rapid movements of emotions and time, day by day.
Here is a teaser of the project. (Don’t get to excited, it’s just my face).
Visit website: french-house.co.uk