Jeremy Tai Abbett Designer living in beautiful Hamburg, Germany and in this video he talks about his creative processes and using digital as a tool, to create something real. You can tell he thinks about what he does.
“The less screen-time we have, the more interested you become in the world around you. It’s a battle for our attention, and the attention is a lot of time played into the screen” the smartphone, or tablet, or laptop.
“So that’s the whole premise, not just in academics, but also the real world, to create things, to create value not just create ideas.”
Kate Holt, Documentary Photographer, did the next story on a Kenya couple, who are looking after 52 children. Rachel Gichia is an ordinary Kenyan wife and mother who has risen to an extraordinary challenge. In the past six years, she has opened her home – which she shares with her husband Stephen and their three children – to 49 orphaned youngsters.
via BBC. (click on image)
and Finally Magnum Photographer, Elliott Erwitt, speaks about his book “Sequentially Yours” in this little Interview. He realised that “sometimes a story is better told by more pictures rather than one” and that patience is the key to getting a good sequence of photographs. Just a bit of fun. (click on image)