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Theatre Work


The silhouettes are PS brushes produced by erichilemex at DeviantArt. The masks come from a couple of photographs I took at The Guilsfield Show and then mucked about with. It was to be a piece for a psychotherapist who works with British theatres, amongst other clients, but it wasn't right in the end; however, I didn't want it languishing unseen on a hard drive as I quite like it. I sometimes think I should be spending my time a tad more productively* but I come back to pictures and photography and colour and form and shape again and again and again.

*That is, in the form of work that garners more money.

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