Why a digital journal

Ecogeographer’s digital journal helps to develop ideas and think about themes. It also talks about current projects.  This image shows an info graphic that many of us developed. It was part of the project Coral Communities. It talks about the importance of plants and place. A recurring theme that is emerging in Ecogeographer’s co-creations. In June of this year Ecogeographer’s going to Mauritius with Caroline Hattam of Plymouth Marine Laboratory to re-meet Reef Conservation and two communities it worked withRead more

Ice soil – an unexpected Gyre

Alexis Rockman rocks. My dad would have treasured his round painting. Mark Dion, how you would like his curiosities, Would your mum have? Your cabinet spoke. Pam Longobardi, swimmer of caves, he would have thought you exotic, You are an archaeological goddess. Andy Hughes, you presented his room. You read her favourite, Robert Frost. The room was silent. I think? Do you now Martin Parr? is chimed, The Snow Queen glides past. Knowingly a dog stares us out, It isRead more

Gyre: The Plastic Ocean

‘Sker Bay’; mixed media by Dominica Williamson of Ecogeographer. In Gyre: The Plastic Ocean Booth Clibborn Editions, London Book and exhibition catalogue, 2014 Illustrations for text/essay titled ‘Embedded’ By Dominica Williamson Dominica went to Alaska this year. It was to see the launch of Gyre: The Plastic Ocean and to take her mum on a flight over glaciers for her 70th. A once in a life time event organised by her sister and boyfriend. She did some illustrations for theRead more

theirwork in Tornby

The project theirwork travelled to Northern Denmark this Summer to walk and map with a community in the town of Tornby. Over the Winter I am working to visualize and record the results of the walks for the community. They can then use them as mapping tools, and so can carry on to map in my absence. As a starter, here are the GPS track lines of their walks.Read more