Picture Me...on a good day.

The subject for the portrait in the video is a very good friend and former working partner Amy Brown. She is a qualified Occupational Therapist and was very key in the development of the portraits as a creative way to engage positively with folk who found themselves in extreme and difficult places.

The album will be released early 2019 and is called

"It's Time She Said".

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Picture Me is an initiative that will be free of charge to all those families with children involved in the palliative care of a hospice.

Please visit Picture Me - About to find out more of the background behind this initiative.

Below is a music video from my latest album under the name of Sir Silence and Lady Hush. The lady in question is my amazingly talented wife Rachel Taylor-Beales.

Living On Concrete.

 

The lyrics from this track were the result of many hours spent in the company of people who were patients at a hospice. We spent a lot of time discussing all manner of things about life and remembering good days.  I was doing a creative arts project at the time looking at relaxation and creating painted images. However I was struck very profoundly by some the phrases I heard and went away to write the song you will see and hear below.

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