While the Olympics will be happening in Mick’s home town of London this summer, we had our own Olympic event: moving office. We have a great new space on Olympic Blvd, a few blocks from the old office of 20 years! 2012 seems like a year for change for many of our friends, as it […]
Mick’s stories about his recent 3 weeks working as photo assistant to his riding buddy Mike Powell are told to Peonies’ Pam Williams in this Fridays Felt & Wire Design Destination. Plus some nice photos too, even if we say so ourselves!
As you may know I’m passionate about cycling, so when the opportunity to go and work as a “super domestique”, driving and assisting my good friend and widely recognised sports photographer Mike Powell on this years Tour De France I jumped at it. Mike is shooting it for a forthcoming book on the tour to be published by PQ Blackwell. It was a great three weeks both exhilarating and exhausting. We missed the first weekend, the first stage we joined it was on the famed “pavé” in the forest of Arenburg.
Pleased to say that both the visual personality that we designed for Inner-City Arts and the Ford at Fox box set are both recognised in Print magazine’s Regional Design Annual. This work only happens with great clients, thanks to Cynthia Harnisch at Inner-City Arts and to Lyn Bradley at Fox who both believed in their projects and supported them from start to beyond the finish.
Thanks to our friend, fabulous broadcaster, writer/editor and fellow Brit, Frances Anderton for the name check as Inner-City Arts is listed as one of the Best LA Buildings of the Decade on the Curbed LA blog. Always glad to be included and in the same company as Michael Maltzan and Nancy Power.