Yesterday we went to the “Cut and Paste | 400 Years of Collage” exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art (Modern Two). Here are some images that I … Continue reading Cut & Paste
This 10 minute film is a muse, based on our short stay in London to meet with Andrew, our son, and to go to Wimbledon. Above the Tate Modern it … Continue reading A chance selection of iambic incidents.
This is a passage from ‘A room with a view’ by E M Forster. It returned my thoughts to an approach to life taken by my profession, psychiatry. My thoughts … Continue reading ‘live in fragments no longer’
A few selected passages or sentences from ‘A room with a view’ by E M Forster:
The Royal College of Psychiatrists International Congress begins today in London. #RCPsychIC I recently asked if the Royal College of Psychiatrists was “Puritanical or Platinum?” Last year I resigned from … Continue reading The commercialisation and branding of a profession (4)
Filmed on the bridge of Advie, the bridge of Abernethy, the brig o’ Boat and the Logierait Viaduct. Thanks to Yann Martel, E M Forster, T S Eliot, O G … Continue reading My notebook will be better than a doctor
As long as I can remember, opposite the chip shop in Bridge of Allan, was Glenallan Fashions, a bridal shop called ‘Altar Images’. It closed last year. It has now … Continue reading The Altar of COSTA
This film is for Anna Keay. The building featured is the iron Tabernacle in Dalmally. I believe it was used as a church hall. This film has a few edits … Continue reading The notion of ‘through’ persisted
I visited Dalquharron, Ayrshire, on Friday, 18th January 2019. I then made this film. It is for Alexander McCall Smith who some years ago reached out to me. McCall Smith … Continue reading Magically reaches out . . .
This is a passage from Howards End and the Schlegel sisters are discussing Beethoven’s fifth symphony: It occurs to me that we are today doing the very same with emotion. … Continue reading Beethoven’s fifth symphony
I collect fictional quotes about umbrellas. I first did so after reading ‘No one writes to the Colonel” by Gabriel García Márquez. Since then I have found fictional brollies everywhere! At … Continue reading Leonard Bast’s umbrella
A central theme of Howards End by E. M . Forster.