The Leica M7 is back so I'm able to use my 35mm lens again. I've enjoyed being confined to the 50mm lens on the Nikon for the last month and a half but I'm looking forward to feeling less claustrophobic out on the streets and feeling more flexible again.
I've finished NIDA Acting Techniques 1 and 2, and have signed up for the third course, introducing more concepts around script analysis, scene work and monologues. To be honest, I have no idea where this is going to lead, but I'm going to keep throwing the acting carrot in front of me and see where I end up.
This is a tank, you just don’t know it.
Yeah, nice one.
Simon with the Movi.
Life seems a bit similar at the moment.
Good coffee here.
Dumpster shot number one billion, eight hundred forty seven, three hundred and twenty one.
Surprised these still exist.
Untitled light scribble thing.
I wanna build something too!
Caro more sleepy than I thought on the last day of the NIDA Acting Techniques 2 course.
Liam Jarratt, fellow acting student.
Tom Coyle, actor and musician.
Thomas Street, West End.
That grassy driveway in Thomas Street.
I’ll park my butt there if I want, thank you.
Ocean and Simon.
As much as I love this camera, I want my M7 and wide angle back. Hint, hint, Camera Clinic!
Like a scene out of a black and white film.
It’s cold. Take a hot shower.
You ain’t hidin’ from nobody.
Light and shade.
Carolina putting make up on for our final class room performance.
Me… doing make up?
Dash on a mountain.
Main Range from Mount Cordeaux Lookout.
Dash on a mountain again.
Those plants on that lookout.