Posts Tagged ‘George’s Jamboree’

Moogieman and Vincent Lynch in Ilford HP5

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Moogieman and Vincent Lynch

Unfortunately, the busier I am with gigs and presentations on Skylab (such as the recent Pecha Keucha for Art Is Just A Word at the Oxford Hub) the less time I have for this site and for photography. However, I managed to find time last night to develop a roll of Ilford HP5 400 ASA that’s been sitting on my desk for a few weeks.

Hidden amongst the silver halide particles were some delightful shots from George’s Jamboree of Music, Comedy and Poetry Possibly from January, including a few of Moogieman and Vincent Lynch. (more…)

Diana vs Action Sampler

Thursday, April 28th, 2011


George Chopping


Tried out my latest lomographic acquisition, the Action Sampler, at George’s Jamboree, a high-calibre monthly open mic night hosted by local performance poet George Chopping.

Juju & Ben



The Action Sampler is a fairly gimmicky multiple image film camera manufactured by Lomography.

It takes four sequential shots over a period of about half a second using four separate lenses that each cover a quarter of the standard 35 mm frame. Shutter speed is around 1/100th of a second and the aperture is fixed (more…)

Pics from the OX4 Festival

Monday, November 8th, 2010

OX4 Festival open mic at the Green Street binderyWilly Mason at the OX4 open mic, Green Street Bindery

Photos from last month’s Truck OX4 Festival and George’s Jamboree open mic night have now been uploaded to Flickr. They were taken with my Diana Mini using a variety of different films, including my first forray into black and white. (more…)