Author Archives: Mark simpson

Robert Butcher : NYC

Here’s  photo of Robert Butcher. He’s a New York / Sydney Fashion Photographer, ex-publisher of Tattoos Magazine, creator and manager of various Rock’n’Roll bands and accomplished raconteur. He’s a friend of a friend of mine from New York who died a … Continue reading

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Workspace in New York

In the Lower East Side in New York, we’re a little cramped for space.

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Eyebeam

Went in to visit eyebeam in Chelsea. Nested in amongst “blue chip” galleries, this massive workshop for makers and hackers with an art bent supplies tools, space and support to artists with residencies and fellowships. We chatted about doing something … Continue reading

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Tracking test from Mexico

Was thinking i could do a short story with text and objects placed in settings from our travels.  Here’s a test to that end.

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Workspace in Mexico

With the help of a lovely babysitter, we are freed up to surf and work in one of the most beautiful places on the planet. A major coup is hooking up the ipad to the laptop as a second screen. … Continue reading

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3D Portrait and Interview: Allan Weisbecker

(there’s something wrong with phereo, to see this image, you may need to go to here) Allan Weisbecker wrote “In Search For Captain Zero“, by all accounts a pretty popular piece of surf / road trip literature. I’ve watched him … Continue reading

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3D Portrait: Peter Nash In Mexico

While surfing in mexico, we met Pete Nash and his family. Travelling the world, working from various surf spots. They seem to have cracked a really rare mix of travel and work due to him being a high level super … Continue reading

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F5 Conference : New York

The F5 conference brought together a range of people from a bunch of different fields to talk about their work, how they do it etc. It wasn’t wall to wall motion graphics people and all the attendees were pretty high level … Continue reading

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Rocketcar Day LA

In the absence of much time, a location or participants and the presence of great deal of concern and advice about insurance and getting sued, we put on a small Rocketcar Day as a sort of toe in the water. … Continue reading

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The path home

Here’s a montage of my bike route home. It’s about 40 minutes, 10 miles and straight into the sun. I made it for Share A Path. A collection of peoples bike routes from around the world.  

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