It took me a little longer than I planned, but finally, my new website is up and running. Very appropriate too, on the day that Dr. Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury resigns, that I can point you in the direction of an apt photo sitting on the portrait page of the site. There he is, just below, plus a link to reportdigital where, should you wish to purchase a copy to reproduce said Arch in your publication – if you have one – you could do so. I once had a beard but I wouldn’t make that mistake again.
After this, I’ll try not to be as blatant in my marketing as I’m given to understand that in the world of blogging that’s not the done thing. Is it now?
In posts to follow, amongst other things, I’ll outline the progress of my work digitising and archiving the Report/International Freelance Library. It’s a slow process as it can only be done at times when I’m not busy with commissioned work, but given the vast body of valuable material that lies there, it’s well worth the effort and I hope as it bears the photographic fruits of my labour that you agree. But more on that later…
In the meantime, as Prime Minister Callaghan never did say: “Crisis? What Crisis?”