PHOTOGRAPHY - Article on my work

Here is a link to a recently published article on mobile photography written by Joe Dawson on the stuff website.
It features several of my works.
The article also appeared in a different form in print in December 2013.



Photography - Work published as part of mobile photography archive

One of my works 'Egg Carton' has been included in a new publication from P1XELS - 
"One Hundred Pictures From The Beginning—2010: The Historic First Year of iPhoneography and iPhonic Art".
The book documents part of the beginning of the iPhone photography movement as it relates to the P1XELS website and the artists who had their works shown there.

A preview is at Mag Cloud



Go Stop Go 'Home' (Diamond Field Rework)

A new Diamond Field rework of Go Stop Go's album track 'Home' is now available on Soundcloud:



Tomorrowpeople 'Jamoi' Remix EP

In a similar vein to the '(Got The) Time?' EP I have released remixes of a 2004 Tomorrowpeople track 'Jamoi' featuring KT Chambers on Soundcloud.
Remixes are from Jet Jaguar, Dirty Needlez and Gold, plus the original and instrumnetal versions.
Thanks again to the producers who supplied these cool remixes.
The EP is available as a free download. 


Tomorrowpeople '(Got The) Time?' Remix EP

Now available on Soundcloud is the Tomorrowpeople '(Got The) Time?' Remix EP.

'(Got The) Time?' featuring the Earl of Kingsland was originally produced in 2003, and created as an entry to the Heineken Thirst DJ/producer competition where it was a finalist. The track was also pressed as a one-off acetate speciailly to use in the DJ set as part of the competition.

In 2004 the track was included on a compilation CD of New Zealand electronic artists for Air New Zealand Fashion Week, compiled by Simon Grigg. Other artists on the album included Nathan Haines & Joost Langeveld, Relaxomatic Project, Minuit, Fat Freddy’s Drop, House Of Downtown, Soane, Dub Asylum, Headless Chickens, Rob Salmon, Baitercell & Timmy Schumacher and Concord Dawn.

In 2009 I made the stems available for remixes. Finally in 2013 I have finally been able to make the results available, ten years after the original production. The remixes are from Auckland's Greg Churchill (two remixes) and (Anthony) Gold plus Berlin's Simon Beeston. Also included is the original plus an instrumental version.
Free download available. Thanks to all the producers involved - the remixes are cool.