Pecha Kucha talk at the Landscape Institute | Through the Viewfinder by Pete Ashton – Pete Ashton talks about how he and other people photograph and present the city of Birmingham. Digbeth features heavily, from previous Birmingham Flickrmeets in Digbeth to … Continue reading
Ranty post about Eastside Project’s current poster campaign against art cuts « I Am Pete Ashton – A great piece by Pete Ashton in response to Eastside Projects and Friction Arts’ differing opinions on the Save The Arts campaign, with … Continue reading
Petes guide to Supersonic « We Are Eastside | Birmingham – Regular Supersonic goer Pete Ashton hits the nail on the head of what makes the music festival great: The point of Supersonic Festival for me is seeing stuff I’ve … Continue reading
Inside Out Festival – A blog grabturing stuff over the weekend by Pete Ashton – Pete Ashton collecting ‘photos, video, audio, text and other digital-friendly media gathered during and after the Inside Out Festival in Digbeth’.
A faint ghost in Digbeth « I Am Pete Ashton – Pete finds a Ghost Sign on the corner of Moseley Street and Birchall Street: It’s not a big one and not that high up and while I don’t walk … Continue reading
Atsuhiro Ito | Pete Ashton – A gorgeous set of photos from the Capsule gig at VIVID.
Flyposted on Flickr – Photo Sharing! – Some people get annoyed by flyposting and see it as an eyesore. Pete Ashton has managed to make it look rather beautiful: TTV photos of a wall alongside the Custard Factory where posters … Continue reading
Birmingham Opera Company – The African Othello thinks he’s made it – Venice’s most famous general, a hero, sent out to lead the forces whenever terror threatens. Praised by politicians and people alike – who could ask for more? And … Continue reading
Big Envy – Birmingham Council’s obsession with big and inability to deal with it > Pete Ashton – Oh dear, the Xmas lights switch-on at Millennium Point didn’t go to plan, did it? Pete blames the council being too big … Continue reading
Canon 5D Mk II Tests – a set on Flickr – Thank to Pete Ashton for making me aware of these photos taken around Digbeth by Ed Moore: “Some super quick test (stills) shots from the new 5DmkII”