on Lamma Island
Ranging from photography to porcelain sculpture to mini-motorbike racing, PechaKucha (pe-chak-cha) is Japanese for “chit chat”. It is a way for creative people to share their work, passions and even obsessions with the community. 20 images, 20 seconds per image – this format keeps the presentations short and interesting.
I am so grateful for being asked to present – Here are my images from the night.
Links to all things Pecha Kucha:
http://programme.rthk.hk/channel/radio/programme.php?name=radio3%2Fmorning_brew&d=2012-02-21&p=2505&e=169550&m=episode (RTHK interviews Sonia Chow, the organizer – she mentions my Crystal Castles!!!)
I went for a walk on Lamma Island and found this chef chopping ‘meat’.
If i was a customer, i don’t think I would want to know that he was chopping the meat outside- especially since at least 5 pieces dropped on the floor while I was filming him!
Did he pick them up? ….What do you think!?