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l i g h t w o r k s
b l o g

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A 35 second dream drawing
time-lapse & dream-
inspired Christmas image

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A guest post on finding
light and story within
darkness and difficulty

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1.11 timelapse:
a tiny temple is

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4.38 video in honour
of my aunt…& all our
winged relations

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Casting the Zhouyi's
winged and tailed
ancestors in glass

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How my studio
floor came to have
a mind of its own

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Layers of cyclical
change enfold
the still-point

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Time to move away
from our linear
model of time

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A twenty-second
celebration of all things
summery, light & free :)

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2.32: bubbles on the River
Ribble: a video sketch of
Rodriguez's song

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Two videos in honour
of Rennaldburn
on misty mornings

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3.56 video filmed at
the Loupin Stanes in
a snowy Eskdalemuir

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3.12 time-lapse &
video of a St Brigid's
cross Imbolc offering

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Introducing my new, improved blog with a wee dream-sketch video

    the making of the dream temple

    Here's a time-lapse from some years ago, included here since I didn't have a blog then & still work in the same way, creatively manifesting my dreams where possible.

    I believe that messages from the Divine, when they are gifted to us, require a response: to be honoured and manifested. If we do this, we open up a free-flowing dialogue which continues to deepen the more we engage with it.
    A couple of years ago, I had a meaningful dream with which I followed this process by writing a song about it.
    It only occured to me reccently that I could take this further by actually creating the beautiful object which was the focus of it.
    After doing this, I again affirmed my desire to learn from my dreams and that night dreamed I was in a shop which sold ancient relics, hundreds or even thousands of years old.
    I was drawn to one, which was a figure inside a clay tube open at the top. The figure was obviously beautifully carved, but could never be properly seen as it was hidden within the non-removable casing.
    Although it was almost irresistably tantalising not to be able to see the figure, the meaning was clear: this was a heart-felt offering to the Ancestors which was meant to be hidden, with all the beauty on the inside.
    I wanted to honour this dream by creating this ancestral offering myself, and decided to time-lapse the process on the night of the winter solstice.

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