Interviews

Graham Irwin is a computer programmer turned website designer and I interviewed him for International Systems Engineer Day. Graham, I believe you started off your career as a computer programmer? What made you interested in computer programming as a career? Graham: “At further education college, I had a maths lecturer who was interested in teaching,
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www.emmabartonphotography.com When did you first become interested in photography, specifically? I really became aware of my love of photography whilst backpacking after finishing university. I had begged my parents for my first digital camera as my birthday present that year, it was an old Olympus and I absolutely loved it. I still have images I
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Welcome to the Fantasy Art Group

Fantasy Art is quite broadly defined and tends to display mythical, mystical and non-realistic subjects in a realistic way often linked illustrating fantasy literature. Within this group we will be exploring all aspects of fantasy art, including introducing fantasy artists. Recently I was able to interview Mystic Sparrow one of the members of the editorial
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When did you first become interested in art, in general? I grew up around art with a talented mother who has developed her style throughout my life, changing mediums periodically. In high school, I had a great teacher who encouraged my abilities but it was not until college, sitting in accounting 101 (because everyone was
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http://allen-beatty.artistwebsites.com/ http://www.photographybyallenbeatty.com/ Images are much more than a simple record. Photography speaks to the best and most generous part of our human nature–the desire to share what we find beautiful and interesting with others. Photography allows us to express ourselves through an art form. We notice a beautiful landscape or a sunset and we want
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He knew about his great-grandfather, Padraig. The giant navvy who, back in the late eighteen hundreds, had gathered enough money through bare-knuckle fighting to get his family out of the Manchester slum known as Little Ireland. – Sleeping Dogs Chris Simms has worked in airports, nightclubs, post offices and telesales centres. After travelling throughout the
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He knew about his great-grandfather, Padraig. The giant navvy who, back in the late eighteen hundreds, had gathered enough money through bare-knuckle fighting to get his family out of the Manchester slum known as Little Ireland. – Sleeping Dogs Chris Simms has worked in airports, nightclubs, post offices and telesales centres. After travelling throughout the
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