Trapped inside, controlled morally postponed. I wait. Not going out, The fear creating doubt, I resist, it grows. I wait. Letting go of it all trusting in the uncomfortable fall, to freedom. I wait. Open your mind, your heart and your soul, watch, exposed as life can now unfold. Now, able … Continue reading Casual Terror.
Polaris Oh my dear Polaris How I seek you In the noise of the lurid lights You elude me Seldom the dawn's devious whisper Gifts me your glow You play hide and seek In the dark cotton fields The sailors wait impatiently As the tidal winds blow The meteors race around In their yearly absurd … Continue reading Polaris and the Traveler
Four years ago I was working for Network Rail as a telecommunications engineer. I worked for them for 6 years. Everyday i'd go to work and complete the same boring mundane tasks over and over again, thinking that that was my calling in life. It was secure, paid great money and I wasn't "smart" enough … Continue reading Peter Lilly
From an early age we are told that there are two types of people in this world. Those who see their glass as half full and those who see it as half empty. Many of us strive to be the person who sees their glass as half full. We want to be a positive person. … Continue reading See your glass.
The forest is as invigorating as the mountains empowering. But to be with the ocean, is the greatest healer. To sit and watch the dance of the sea; deep, elemental and free. Is it the breathtaking openness? Or the awe of the boundless power. The yawn of the ocean as it opens its mouth to … Continue reading Laura Karimloo
Your inner calm your true nature, exposed through the cracks. Warmth that melts, a simple breath of fresh air to remind you what you're doing here. Vast nothing complete, whole, giving back what you once stole. Taking risks, opening up, neither half full or empty cup Stop searching, reel it … Continue reading calm
Experiencing extended sadness is new to me. I’m normally optimistic and easy-going. right now though, grief has wrapped its numb, dull body around me. This collection of images are an attempt at communicating how grief feels. The photos are taken between 2015 – 2017, between Berlin, Portugal and Italy. There is a layer between my … Continue reading Georgia Ginnivan
‘Hillcrest to Here’ is my second EP, released in April 2018. The title was inspired by the name of my Grandparents farm ‘Hillcrest’…a property they bought in Australia, Victoria, when they were married more than 60 years ago. Together, they developed a large, empty block of land into a thriving sheep, crop and cattle farm, … Continue reading Brea Robertson