Author Archives: Mel

Year of the Bat

Why is 2012 significant? It’s UN Year of the Bat of course! Kathy Hinde, groundbreaking audio-visual artist, has invited me to vocally prototype her human sonar device in R&D this autumn. Along with Bristol Feral Choir, we shall be investigating … Continue reading

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241 deal for course: Mindful Creativity Outdoors this Friday

Stop press! Come out to play this Friday in sunny Dorset. The good people at the Institute for Outdoor Learning have now made this course even better value. If you work creatively or socially with people outdoors, you’ll find this … Continue reading

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Thanks for dropping by. My blog is on this page. Click above to find out more about my practice and research. Today, in a parallel life, I would choose to be Henri Rousseau.

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Ninth Wave

Time for some loveliness for your ears made by me. A wave-inspired play with samples, laced with elemental mystery. [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/32895708″]

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Happy New Year 2012

It’s a new life, it’s a new day, it’s a new start for me… and I’m feeling good. This website is under some renovation. It would be optimistic of January to call this action a spring clean, but the early … Continue reading

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Summer 2011 News

Bristol Feral Choir: Ongoing vocal improv play sessions – drop in and jam Feral Reflections The blurry pic is a tiny nematode climbing up a tree. As part of Going Feral, we’ve been attempting to talk to the animals, converse … Continue reading

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