My article 'Ecopornography versus the slow, deep art of place' that evolved from a blog post has recently been published in EarthLines. From the next issue EarthLines will be published from Ireland. Also data from Hollywood has been a contribution to a recent Forest research journal article on continuous cover forestry.
see Africa trailer here http://vimeo.com/56367550 'Nobody, nobody, nobody (not even myself, my supervisors, and my assessor) is seriously going to want to read my thesis.' Research blogger, 'NottinghamFlorist' Guardian Higher Education Network on Academic Blogging, Oct, 19, 2012 This website is hosted by WordPress, the largest online blogging platform and they recently sent out stats…Read more ecopornography and a review of the ecocinema enquiry over 2012
Please note: a revised and extended new version of this article will be published in the EarthLines March 2014 magazine . "Nature photographs have become something of a problem', Joy Williams, quoted by Bart Welling in Ecoporn: on the limits of visualising the nonhuman, 2009. "The representational challenges are acute, requiring creative ways of…Read more Ecopornography, slow violence and the deep, slow art of place