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Adam Grose

Adam Grose at the Bristol Comic Expo 2005
Born Adam R. Grose
6 February 1971 (1971-02-06) (age 39)
Truro, Cornwall, UK
Nationality British
Area(s) Artist, Lecturer, Writer, Publisher, Musician.
Pseudonym(s) DJ'EL, Starboy
Notable works Cosmogenesis
The Prison and Other Tales
Phoenix: A Warrior's Tale
What Do You See? - BBC Mock Turner Prize
Awards Phillips Semi-Conductors Best Student Proposal
Official website

Adam R. Grose is a English writer, artist, lecturer and publisher (Clown Press) known mainly for his independent graphic novels and oil paintings. He is particularly known for his 550 page sci-fi epic adventure, Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo, with illustrator Tony Suleri and the BBC Mock Turner Painting What Do You See?

Contents

Biography

Adam was born in Cornwall and grew up in Somerset. He began writing and drawing from an early age and contributed to a variety of magazines during his school and college years, creating a mini-comic called Judge Life which was distributed at Buckler's Mead School, Yeovil (1982-86). He created and wrote a variety of stories for a magazine called 'underGROUND' and 'Stories to Scare' from 1987 to 1992 with his friend Tony Suleri whilst attending Yeovil College, where they both studied Vocational Art and Photography (1987).

After a few years working for British Telecom, he left in 1991 to pursue an art course at Somerset College of Arts and Technology in Taunton, moving on to study a Fine Art Degree at Southampton Institute, which is now known as Southampton Solent University. In 1996 he won Best Student Proposal for a competition run by Phillips Semiconductors Research Centre in Southampton, based on how they create the drawings for their Semiconductors. He has exhibited his paintings in a variety of galleries, cafes and shops. He continues to create paintings exploring the relationship between the image and the viewer. His current work is focusing on a variety of abstractions and the figurative, exploring themes associated with politics, war and religious iconography (Book of Job), from a Humanist[1] point of view.

He divides his time between writing, drawing, painting, soundscape construction and teaching.

Graphic novels

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Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo

He began writing the 550 page graphic novel Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo in 1998. The first issue, The Skull of Muluc, was published in May 2001, followed each year by the next five books in the series; Bloodlines (2002), The Sword of Xian (2003), Armageddon (2004), The Shadow Falls (2004) and Rebirth (written in three acts) (2005/6). The series was collected together as a trade paperback in December 2007 and released to rave reviews. It has been compared to the works of J. R. R. Tolkien (Redeye Magazine)[2], Franz Kafka and Joseph Campbell (Down the Tubes)[3], in its scale and depth of this epic mythological tale. The saga contains many hidden codes that readers can decipher, leading to a deeper understanding of human history as told and written down in myths and expressed in celebratory rituals.[4][5][6]

"Upon finally finishing this comic I felt I had just read a complete, successful and highly enjoyable piece of comic storytelling... Unlike any other sci-fi fantasy epic since Tolkien." Redeye Magazine

"...embracing and developing many ideas and concepts dear to the creators' hearts, and, is a far cry from many of the simpler comic tales you may enjoy on a regular basis. But if you're looking for thought provoking, mind-boggling storytelling then give this a try." John Freeman

[3]

One of the key premises from the story is the splitting of oneness, towards the duality of consciousness. This oneness is represented by the Guardian Lord Ahau and the Guardians, who are the keepers of a manipulated truth. Their minds are at one with all, not divided into two hemispheres, like other species. Quongo, the protagonist represents the consciousness before sapiens and the subsequent alien races which inhabit throughout the Galaxy of Nom-Yakk. As the catalyst, he was to bring 'humanity and alien species together', returning knowledge to join the divided consciousness of the 'fallen sapiens', namely Kazair, and return Kaizar and Racocha consciousness back to the universal energy force known by many as Kai-Dai or to some K'Dar. This would herald a change within all living matter, joining the 'divided' and bring oneness to all.

This is further analysed in The Dilemma of Quongo[7][8]

The Prison and Other tales

In May 2008 Adam released the 52 page graphic novella The Prison and Other Tales, a collection of short stories, poems and tales based on his observations of the world, involving Politics (Generation X, Y and Z, The Prison), Love (Early One Evening: The Trainspotter, Shamanic Healing) and Fantasy (The Witch, Candlelight).

"‘The Witch’– a tale about a lady who makes herbal remedies to heal backache and gets burnt as a witch – proves effective at highlighting mankind’s ignorance through more conventional story telling means." Dave Hailwood

"BRILLIANT! I was thoroughly impressed by both the depth of content and the artwork. My particular favourites are Truth, Justice and Understanding and The Love of a Train-spotter." Preston Beaton[9]

Phoenix: A Warrior's Tale

Phoenix is an onomatopoeia fantasy piece written during 1999 and 2000. The story was written while Adam travelled around the world and inspiration came from the Philippines (4 months) and Mexico (3 months). The fantasy adventure was originally written as a hundred plus page graphic novel to be illustrated by Tony Suleri. The first chapter, which acts as the prologue, was initially completed in 2002 between 'cosmogenesis' The Skull of Muluc and Bloodlines. The subsequent graphic novel was placed on hold due to commitments on the cosmogenesis saga.

Adam has already planned out several chapters for Phoenix, single stories with a larger story arc. The first chapter released on the 13th October 2009.[10][11]

"An interesting yarn that creates much curiosity in the reader; full of depth and hinted history. Tony's art is superb... overall a very promising start to what I'm sure will be a worthy follow up to the Cosmogenesis saga." Shane Chebsey [12]

"There's enough burning peasants, sword welding maniacs, bloody decapitations and evil possessed monkeys to keep anyone happy." Dave Hailwood [13]

"'A comic like this would only be attempted by an indie comics company and it's in indie that the only true innovation can really be found in comics." Glenn Carter [14]

Other publishers

He has contributed work to Insomnia Publications creating Time Wave Zero for their publication Layer Zero: Choices which in part looks at a theory by Terence McKenna[11] on the 'concrescence of space and time'[12] through our consciousness being attracted toward a future self. A further examination can be found by reading McKenna's novelty theory.

Adam has been confirmed (July '09) as the illustrator for Sean Michael Wilson's CONWAY, to be published by Insomnia Comics for release sometime in 2010.

"Veils" written by Adam and Illustrated by Tony Suleri for Cold Blooded Chillers[13][15] 2012 special.

He has also been confirmed for a new project to be disclosed at a future date.

Current projects

  • An eight page short story for Insomnia Comics called Childhood Survival for their Layer Zero: Survival anthology out in 2010.
  • Writing a graphic novel which will explore hidden knowledge, based on the origin of human civilisation, and how this links to current political events and modern popular culture (artist to be confirmed).
  • A modern fairy tale anthology called 'The Black Knight and Other Tales', to be published in the same vein as 'The Prison and Other Tales' for a 2010/ 2011 release (TBC).
  • "The N'doki" is also being drawn for publication in Something Wicked for FutureQuake Press.
  • "Californian Sunshine" based on a tale by SJB for Incoming Magazine.
  • "Conway" by Sean Michael Wilson
  • Cover and illustrated poem 'Labyrinthine Lake' for issue five of Reflections magazine. ([16])
  • "Tales from Cosmogenesis" (Working Title) by Adam R. Grose and Tony Suleri, Illustrated by Tony Suleri, 2010. (Date to be confirmed)

Music

Adam creates 'soundscape' albums, experimenting with a variety of sounds, weaving improvised landscapes of sound. He has released Between Heaven and Earth (2004), Stars (2006) under the name of DJ'El and Sol (2008) under the name of Starboy. He is currently working on Mandala for a 2010 release and a classical inspired album Concrescence for release on the 21st December 2012.

Bibliography

  • underGROUND #1 - 9, 1987 - 1990[14]
  • The Man Who Hated Tuesdays, 1988
  • The Devil's Day is Tuesday, 1989
  • Tuesday is a Good Day, 1990
  • The Difference, 1988 - 1990 (Art by Tony Suleri[17])
  • Stories to Scare #1 - 3, 1990 - 1992
  • Comics aren't just for Kids - (Experimental), 1995-96
  • Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo TPB ISBN 978-0955605406 (Clown Press. Originally published as a six issue series. 1998-2007)[15]
  • Clown Press Presents: Previews #1, 2006
  • The Prison and Other Tales ISBN 978-0955605413 (Clown Press, 2008)[16]
  • Insomnia Anthologies: Layer Zero: Choices (2009) ISBN 978-1905808168[17]
  • underGROUND #1 (Re-released 7 August 2009, free online eBook, Clown Press)[18]
  • The Last Haul (Re-released 24th Sept 2009, free online eBook, Clown Press)[19]
  • Phoenix: A Warrior's Tale - Released 13th Oct 2009. ISBN 978-0955605420 (Clown Press, 2009)[10]
  • The Difference (Re-released 21 November 2009, free online eBook, Clown Press)[20]
  • The Man who hated Tuesdays: Book One of Three (Re-release coming soon, Clown Press, 2009)[18]
  • Cover for a novel by BR Stateham based on his Detective series of Detective Turner Hahn and Frank Morales 2009.
  • Shamanic Healing poem and illustration in issue three of Reflections magazine, Nov 2009. [21] (Exeter)
  • Front/ back cover and HMP Temeraire 'The Lost Generation' four page sequential strip (1st Printing) appeared in issue four of Reflections magazine, Feb 2010. [22]

Art shows

  • Southampton Institute Library with Mark Reed and Nick Grove, Southampton (1995)
  • Millias Gallery - Second Year Fine Art Selected Students Exhibition, Southampton (1995)
  • Millias Gallery - Phillips Competition Exhibition, Southampton (1996)
  • Louder Than Bombs - New Work by Young Contemporaries. The Tannery Gallery, London (August 1996)
  • Blu Cafe Gallery, Bournemouth (1998)
  • Snaffles Cafe, Yeovil (2000)
  • Bowen & Co, Martock (2002-06)
  • Portland Arts Centre, Portland, Dorset (2009)[23][19]
  • Freedom and Confinement. An exhibition of artworks by young contemporary artists from Bryanston School and Her Majesty's Young Offender Institution, Portland, Dorset. Weymouth Library, March 8th - 13th. Curated by Adam R. Grose and Dr. Hannah Fearnley. (2010)[24]

Music

  • Between Heaven and Earth, DJ'El 2004
  • Stars, DJ'El 2006
  • Sol, Starboy 2008
  • Mandala, Starboy 2010 (Oct)
  • Concrescence, Starboy 2012

Gallery

Awards

Phillips Semiconductors Research Centre, Best Student Proposal. The Sculptor tutor John Thompson won the main prize.[20] Southampton, 1996.

Notes

  1. ^ Humanism can be considered as a process by which truth and morality is sought through human investigation; as such, views on morals can change when new knowledge and information is discovered. In focusing on the capacity for self-determination, humanism rejects transcendental justifications, such as a dependence on faith, the supernatural, or texts of allegedly divine origin. Humanists endorse universal morality based on the commonality of the human condition, suggesting that solutions to human social and cultural problems cannot be parochial.
  2. ^ http://www.enginecomics.co.uk
  3. ^ a b http://downthetubescomics.blogspot.com/2007/12/in-review-cosmogenesis.html
  4. ^ http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=ql7ATHGee50C&dq=hamlet's+mill&printsec=frontcover&source=bn&hl=en&ei=GQEWSv_NDtWZjAex7r3gDA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4#PPR23,M1
  5. ^ http://www.sitchin.com/
  6. ^ http://www.diagnosis2012.co.uk/1.htm
  7. ^ [2]
  8. ^ Throughout the third (The Sword of Xian) and fourth books (Armageddon), Quongo becomes more aware of those in power that have lost sight of the thin line separating 'good' and 'evil'. "It has become too blurred for them to see clearly..." Quongo - The Sword of Xian. People in positions of power can do 'evil' things, believing it is for the greater 'good'. At the time of writing Book Three: The Sword of Xian (2003), I was alluding to the relationship between the USA and Britain and their campaign for attacking Iraq.
  9. ^ [3]
  10. ^ a b [4]
  11. ^ McKenna repeatedly describes human cultural development as a succession of historical periods which are "compressed" versions of each other. In this manner, he describes an overall acceleration of human cultural development, which he likens to a "tightening spiral" approaching what he describes as the "transcendental object at the end of time".
  12. ^ Concrescence means growing together (com/con from Latin for "together", crescence from Latin crescere/cret- grow), the present is given by a consense of subjective forms. We are multiple individuals, but there are also multiple individual agents of consciousness operant in the construction of the given. Marvin Minsky[5] calls this the "society of mind" in his book Society of Mind.
  13. ^ [6]
  14. ^ [7]
  15. ^ [8]
  16. ^ [9]
  17. ^ [10]
  18. ^ http://www.adamgrose.com/previews.html
  19. ^ http://portlandartscentre.yolasite.com/5th-december-exhibitors.php
  20. ^ http://www.thomsonart.co.uk/public_art/the_hive.shtml

References

External links

Interviews


Adam Grose
Born Adam R. Grose
6 February 1971 (1971-02-06) (age 39)
Nationality British
Area(s) Artist, Lecturer, Writer, Publisher, Musician.
Pseudonym(s) DJ'EL, Starboy
Notable works Cosmogenesis
The Prison and Other Tales
Phoenix: A Warrior's Tale
What Do You See? - BBC Mock Turner Prize
HMP Temeraire
Awards Phillips Semi-Conductors Best Student Proposal
Official website

Adam R. Grose (born 6 February 1971) is an English writer, artist, lecturer and publisher (Clown Press) known mainly for his independent graphic novels and oil paintings. He is particularly known for his 550 page sci-fi epic adventure, Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo, with illustrator Tony Suleri and the BBC Mock Turner Painting What Do You See?

Contents

Biography

Adam was born in Cornwall and grew up in Somerset. He began writing and drawing from an early age and contributed to a variety of magazines during his school and college years, creating a mini-comic called Judge Life which was distributed at Buckler's Mead School, Yeovil (1982–86). He created and wrote a variety of stories for a magazine called 'underGROUND' and 'Stories to Scare' from 1987 to 1992 with his friend Tony Suleri whilst attending Yeovil College, where they both studied Vocational Art and Photography (1987).

After a few years working for British Telecom, he left in 1991 to pursue an art course at Somerset College of Arts and Technology in Taunton, moving on to study a Fine Art Degree at Southampton Institute, which is now known as Southampton Solent University. In 1996 he won Best Student Proposal for a competition run by Phillips Semiconductors Research Centre in Southampton, based on how they create the drawings for their Semiconductors. He has exhibited his paintings in a variety of galleries, cafes and shops. He continues to create paintings exploring the relationship between the image and the viewer. His current work is focusing on a variety of abstractions and the figurative, exploring themes associated with politics, war and religious iconography (Book of Job), from a Humanist[1] point of view.

He divides his time between writing, drawing, painting, soundscape construction and teaching.

Graphic novels

Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo

He began writing the 550 page graphic novel Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo in 1998. The first issue, The Skull of Muluc, was published in May 2001, followed each year by the next five books in the series; Bloodlines (2002), The Sword of Xian (2003), Armageddon (2004), The Shadow Falls (2004) and Rebirth (written in three acts) (2005/6). The series was collected together as a trade paperback in December 2007 and released to rave reviews. It has been compared to the works of J. R. R. Tolkien (Redeye Magazine)[2], Franz Kafka and Joseph Campbell (Down the Tubes)[3], in its scale and depth of this epic mythological tale. The saga contains many hidden codes that readers can decipher, leading to a deeper understanding of human history as told and written down in myths and expressed in celebratory rituals.[4][5][6]
"Upon finally finishing this comic I felt I had just read a complete, successful and highly enjoyable piece of comic storytelling... Unlike any other sci-fi fantasy epic since Tolkien." Redeye Magazine
"...embracing and developing many ideas and concepts dear to the creators' hearts, and, is a far cry from many of the simpler comic tales you may enjoy on a regular basis. But if you're looking for thought provoking, mind-boggling storytelling then give this a try." John Freeman
[3]

One of the key premises from the story is the splitting of oneness, towards the duality of consciousness. This oneness is represented by the Guardian Lord Ahau and the Guardians, who are the keepers of a manipulated truth. Their minds are at one with all, not divided into two hemispheres, like other species. Quongo, the protagonist represents the consciousness before sapiens and the subsequent alien races which inhabit throughout the Galaxy of Nom-Yakk. As the catalyst, he was to bring 'humanity and alien species together', returning knowledge to join the divided consciousness of the 'fallen sapiens', namely Kazair, and return Kaizar and Racocha consciousness back to the universal energy force known by many as Kai-Dai or to some K'Dar. This would herald a change within all living matter, joining the 'divided' and bring oneness to all.

This is further analysed in The Dilemma of Quongo[7][8]

A new series of Graphic Novellas are currently in development, the first being released in the Autumn (2010). These will follow one of the supporting characters from the original Cosmogenesis epic adventure.

The Prison and Other tales

In May 2008 Adam released the 52 page graphic novella The Prison and Other Tales, a collection of short stories, poems and tales based on his observations of the world, involving Politics (Generation X, Y and Z, The Prison), Love (Early One Evening: The Trainspotter, Shamanic Healing) and Fantasy (The Witch, Candlelight).
"‘The Witch’– a tale about a lady who makes herbal remedies to heal backache and gets burnt as a witch – proves effective at highlighting mankind’s ignorance through more conventional story telling means." Dave Hailwood

"BRILLIANT! I was thoroughly impressed by both the depth of content and the artwork. My particular favourites are Truth, Justice and Understanding and The Love of a Train-spotter." Preston Beaton[9]

Phoenix: A Warrior's Tale

Phoenix is an onomatopoeia fantasy piece written during 1999 and 2000. The story was written while Adam travelled around the world and inspiration came from the Philippines (4 months) and Mexico (3 months). The fantasy adventure was originally written as a hundred plus page graphic novel to be illustrated by Tony Suleri. The first chapter, which acts as the prologue, was initially completed in 2002 between 'cosmogenesis' The Skull of Muluc and Bloodlines. The subsequent graphic novel was placed on hold due to commitments on the cosmogenesis saga.

Adam has already planned out several chapters for Phoenix, single stories with a larger story arc. The first chapter released on the 13th October 2009.[10][1]

"An interesting yarn that creates much curiosity in the reader; full of depth and hinted history. Tony's art is superb... overall a very promising start to what I'm sure will be a worthy follow up to the Cosmogenesis saga." Shane Chebsey [2]
"There's enough burning peasants, sword welding maniacs, bloody decapitations and evil possessed monkeys to keep anyone happy." Dave Hailwood [3]
"'A comic like this would only be attempted by an indie comics company and it's in indie that the only true innovation can really be found in comics." Glenn Carter [4]

Tales from Cosmogenesis

This is a working title - subject to change. More details above under Cosmogenesis. More coming soon.

Other publishers

He has contributed work to Insomnia Publications creating Time Wave Zero for their publication Layer Zero: Choices which in part looks at a theory by Terence McKenna[11] on the 'concrescence of space and time'[12] through our consciousness being attracted toward a future self. A further examination can be found by reading McKenna's novelty theory. He has also completed HMP Temeraire: Childhood Survival for The Sleepless Phoenix Survival Anthology released in Oct 2010 and the lettering editor.

Adam was confirmed (July '09) as the illustrator for Sean Michael Wilson's CONWAY, to be published by Insomnia Comics for release sometime in 2010. (Insomnia Publications has currently ceased trading - project cancelled)

"Veils" written by Adam and Illustrated by Tony Suleri for Cold Blooded Chillers[13][5] 2012 special.

Current projects

  • Five to Midnight - Doctor Who Story.
  • Writing a graphic novel which will explore hidden knowledge, based on the origin of human civilisation, and how this links to current political events and modern popular culture (artist and publisher to be confirmed).
  • A modern fairy tale anthology called 'The Black Knight and Other Tales', to be published in the same vein as 'The Prison and Other Tales' for a 2010/ 2011 release (TBC).
  • "The Sequentialists".
  • "Tales from Cosmogenesis" (Working Title) by Adam R. Grose and Tony Suleri, Illustrated by Tony Suleri, 2010. (May, 2011)
  • "Series of paintings based on the Plague of War"

Music

Adam creates 'soundscape' albums, experimenting with a variety of sounds, weaving improvised landscapes of sound. He has released Between Heaven and Earth (2004), Stars (2006) under the name of DJ'El and Sol (2008) under the name of Starboy. He is currently working on Mandala for a 2010 release and a classical inspired album Concrescence for release on the 21st December 2012. [6]

Bibliography

  • underGROUND #1 - 9, 1987 - 1990[14] (Writer/ Artist - Various with Tony Suleri)
  • The Man Who Hated Tuesdays, 1988. (Writer/ Artist with Tony Suleri)
  • The Devil's Day is Tuesday, 1989. (Writer/ Artist)
  • Tuesday is a Good Day, 1990. (Writer/ Artist)
  • The Difference, 1988 - 1990 (Art by Tony Suleri [7]) (Writer/ Artist)
  • Stories to Scare #1 - 3, 1990 - 1992. (Writer/ Artist) - Published by Tony Suleri under Clown Press.
  • Comics aren't just for Kids - (Experimental), 1995-96. (Writer/ Artist)
  • Cosmogenesis: The Chronicles of Quongo TPB ISBN 978-0-9556054-0-6 (Clown Press. Originally published as a six issue series. 1998-2007)[15] (Writer)
  • Clown Press Presents: Previews #1, 2006. (Writer/ Artist)
  • The Prison and Other Tales ISBN 978-0-9556054-1-3 (Clown Press, 2008)[16] (Writer/ Artist)
  • Insomnia Anthologies: Layer Zero: Choices (2009) ISBN 978-1-905808-16-8[17] (Writer/ Artist)
  • underGROUND #1 (Re-released 7 August 2009, free online eBook, Clown Press)[8] (Writer/ Artist)
  • The Last Haul (Re-released 24th Sept 2009, free online eBook, Clown Press)[9] (Writer/ Artist)
  • Phoenix: A Warrior's Tale - Released 13th Oct 2009. ISBN 978-0-9556054-2-0 (Clown Press, 2009)[10] (Writer)
  • The Difference (Re-released 21 November 2009, free online eBook, Clown Press)[10] (Writer)
  • Cover for a novel by BR Stateham based on his Detective series of Detective Turner Hahn and Frank Morales[11] 2009. (Artist)
  • Reflections Magazine Issue 3 - Shamanic Healing poem and illustration. Nov 2009. [12] (Exeter) (Writer)
  • Reflections Magazine Issue 4 - Front/ back cover and HMP Temeraire 'The Lost Generation' four page sequential strip (1st Printing) appeared in issue four of Reflections magazine, Feb 2010. [13] (Writer/ Artist)
  • Reflections Magazine Issue 5 - Front Cover, two illustrations and 'Labyrinthine Lakes' poem. April, 2010. [14] (Artist/ Poet)
  • Layer Zero: Survival - HMP Temeraire: Childhood Survival. Written and Illustrated by ARG. The Sleepless Phoenix. Oct, 2010. (Writer/ Artist/ Greytone)
  • Reflections Magazine Issue 6 - Front Cover and a poem. July, 2010. [15] (Artist/ Poet)
  • The Man who hated Tuesdays: Book One of Three - Written by ARG, Illustrated by Tony Suleri. (Re-release ebook - Summer 2010. Clown Press, 2010)[18]
  • The Various Art of Adam R. Grose - Book One - Book of drawings, illustrations and artwork through the years. Coming Soon (Clown Press, 2010.)

Art shows

  • Southampton Institute Library with Mark Reed and Nick Grove, Southampton (1995)
  • Millias Gallery - Second Year Fine Art Selected Students Exhibition, Southampton (1995)
  • Millias Gallery - Phillips Competition Exhibition, Southampton (1996)
  • Louder Than Bombs - New Work by Young Contemporaries. The Tannery Gallery, London (August 1996)
  • Blu Cafe Gallery, Bournemouth (1998)
  • Snaffles Cafe, Yeovil (2000)
  • Bowen & Co, Martock (2002–06)
  • Portland Arts Centre, Portland, Dorset (2009)[16][19]
  • Freedom and Confinement. An exhibition of artworks by young contemporary artists from Bryanston School and Her Majesty's Young Offender Institution, Portland, Dorset. Weymouth Library, March 8–13. Curated by Adam R. Grose and Dr. Hannah Fearnley. (2010)[17]

Music

  • Between Heaven and Earth, DJ'El 2004
  • Stars, DJ'El 2006
  • Sol, Starboy 2008
  • Mandala, Starboy 2010 (Oct)
  • Concrescence, Starboy 2012

Gallery

Awards

Phillips Semiconductors Research Centre, Best Student Proposal. The Sculptor tutor John Thompson won the main prize.[1] Southampton, 1996.

Notes

References

External links

Interviews


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