So I’ve been MIA for the last couple of weeks. I’m sorry about that. It’s because I’ve been getting ready for my Visionaire Institute graduation ceremony and exhibit.
The graduation ceremony was today at 8am SLT (that’s 4pm in the UK, 11am on the East Coast of the US). If you want to hear the graduation remarks from both Nariko and Wren, the two Deans of the Institute, they are on the Visionaire homepage, linked above.
I had to work all last week, so Friday of this week, Saturday night, and Sunday were all spent finishing up my graduation portfolio and exhibit and putting it together in the gallery space for graduation. The exhibit theme was, “It’s in the stars”.
I’ve taken probably hundreds of photos in preparation for this one exhibit, and we don’t even know how long it’ll be up.
For now, because I’m tired and because I have to work tomorrow, I’m not going to credit or tag these photographs, even though some of them contain stuff I would dearly love to blog. I just want to get this entry up, post the photos to Flickr, and be on my way to bed, since 7.30 comes early tomorrow.
Thanks for bearing with me.
Above are two representative photos from a 13-photo slideshow built around Robert Frost’s poem “Choose Something Like a Star”.
So there you go. Weeks of work, and it’s why I’ve not been around. I’ll try to pop back in tomorrow evening and tag and credit these photographs, but for now it’s time for me to take myself off to bed.