I Photograph My Experiments With Moving Water

I Photograph My Experiments With Moving Water

I have always been fascinated with photographing water, a photograph of moving water is like a frozen moment in time that will never be quite the same again.

I experiment a lot throwing water around to see what happens – I get wet a lot and have wrecked a couple of cameras, but hopefully the results are worth the effort.

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Nazis against Nazis – Germany’s most involuntary charity walk

Nazis against Nazis – Germany's most involuntary charity walk

On November 15th, neo-Nazis walked through the streets of Wunsiedel. We could not stop them – but we could make them walk for something meaningful: and that is how for the first time a right-wing memorial march became a charity walk – without knowing of the participants. For every meter they walked, €10 went to EXIT-Deutschland – a Nazi opt-out programme. The result: €10.000 and lots of surprised right-wing extremists.

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The City That Has Its Own Operating System

The City That Has Its Own Operating System

The Internet of Things is advancing on a metropolitan scale, with citywide sensors able to track everything from pollution to crime. In the UK, the Bristol Is Open project is a pioneering effort to connect all these streams of data into one “programmable city.”

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