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there’s life jim …. (and hope)

I spend quite a bit of time in Garmouth and Kingston with its amazing spits of shingle beaches, most excellent adhocist beach structures and constantly moving landforms that create a marvellous other worldly environment which at times can seem barren of plants and life. However look a little closer with the right person guiding you…

geomorphological

When I began the residency last year, I spent a lot of the first couple of months getting to know the county and its varied environments. Many people helped me with suggestions and meetings for walks in quite magnificent landscapes and gentle wandering through the villages. I don’t blog much about that, I’m not a…

birds of a feather (cats too)

Great to see Stevie again this most recent visit to Cullen while I was up capturing some additional shots needed for the short film piece I am making about him and the most marvellous Pet Cemetery he has created. I had a lot of time on my hands this trip as there were many cancellations…

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About Me

Mike Inglis is a research driven multidisciplinary artist who enjoys printmaking, installation work, film and photography. He is also a lecturer with Edinburgh College of Art where he pursues research into outsider creativity.