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Peter & The Wolf for exhibition, No. 20s Wine Bar, Penryn. Now - May

Having talked in my last Peter & The Wolf post about liking the idea of sequencing the series of portraits for an exhibition space alongside the written narrative, I was given the opportunity about 5 minutes after writing out the blog post (!) by Celine from Cartel Photos, to submit one image based on the subject of ‘Movement’ for the new Cartel Photos exhibition (which is now up and running until May!). 68 more words

Falmouth University

Peter and the Wolf portraits feature in the new Movement exhibition, No. 20s Bar, Penryn, 19th February - May (Private View 19th February 5pm onwards)

Come down to see more talent from Falmouth photography students where I am honoured to share my recent Peter and the Wolf portraits.

Falmouth University

French as a Second Language resources for my anglophone baby

I have a few baby-related topics that I obsess about. One is giving RJ early exposure to French. C’est compliqué because neither hubby nor I is a native French speaker. 323 more words

Children's Music

Peter and the Wolf portrait

Patrick Romer aka Dad. Photograph by Amy Romer © 2015 All rights reserved.

After a morning of some bog-standard portraits whilst we both warmed up into our roles as photographer and subject and followed by a well deserved coffee break, I thought it might be interesting to photograph something that Dad is currently doing, which is rehearsing as the narrator to the composition and children story, Peter and the Wolf. 142 more words

Falmouth University

Rewrite: Petya i volk, for 2nd edition of Through the Glass Darkly

This short story first appeared in Through the Glass Darkly. It will be retold in Through the Glass Darkly II, which I hope to publish this spring. 7,300 more words

L. Stewart Marsden

BBC Music Magazine

This illustration from 2012 accompanied an article in BBC Music Magazine about classical music for children. The pieces referenced in the image are, clockwise from top left, Prokofiev’s… 51 more words