In the part of the week that I’m not working at Double Farley, I’m an artist. I spent twenty years as a very successful portrait photographer in Wellington before deciding to come here to Whanganui in order to focus solely on the creation of my written-word artwork, and live the marvelous slow small-town lifestyle.
The other day, I shot this behind-the-scenes photograph of Kevin recording one of the interviews for his documentary “Slipping in time”.
It was such a pleasure to be behind the lens again.
I’m loving the fact that at Double Farley I can go from complex technical inputting of data on a computer to shooting stills.
Never a dull day around here.