From Jim's blog Changing Winds
I remember back in July 1998 being in the first of two five-week residencies in gorgeous Victoria, British Columbia. Being from the East Coast of Canada, admittedly possessing spectacular scenery in its own right, the West coast of my country is indeed inspiring.
Liz Handy just sent us a copy of a booklet for which she did the photography. It's a project she put together with a carers' group in part of the UK. Liz has a technique developed from David Hockney's montages (he did a huge Grand Canyon by sticking together Polaroids, you may remember). Liz's approach is to take photographs of people that represent different aspects of themselves, then put them into the same picture; so you will have three different versions of someone in different poses in the picture, representing the different facets of their life.
I'm fascinated by slideshares like the one below, because they teach us how to communicate more effectively - how to tell stories more effectively. Note how few words there are, yet how powerful the communication is.
"It's up to each of us alone to figure out who we are, who we are not, and to act more or less consistently with those conclusions." - Tom Peters
I like that. It's from Tom Peters' 'Thought For The Day', which you can sign up to as a daily email here: Tom Peters site
by Jim Taggart
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