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A journal

A women with a red hat on, painting the sunset in front of her whilst sitting on the beach.

3 March 2023

Art club on the dunes

In 2022 artist Hilary Jean Gibson and myself set up Friends of the Towans Art Club (FOTT ART CLUB) with the support of Towans Ranger Martin Rule and the charity Friends of the Towans. With Martin’s guidance we were able to apply for funding from Dynamic Dunescapes.

4 January 2023

Digital, watery and Finnish creations

This New Year I am assembling and archiving new and past work. I will add developments to this journal as I move forward but the projects page is where the […]

Photograph of a Silver-studded butterfly landing on a hand.

7 July 2022

theirwork, midsummer butterfly recording day

Since 2007, I have been recording butterflies on the cliffs as you walk south towards Loe Bar with butterfly expert Phil Harris. Each year people join them and help to record the day. Phil teaches newcomers how to look for butterflies and also about the amazing life cycle of the Silver-studded Blue.

Tagscape, Mapping Landscape Values, Agritech, Ecogeographer, Shaun Lewin, Dominica Williamson

6 July 2021

Mapping Landscape Values – A new ‘small data’ tool

Mapping Landscape Values (MLVs) is a value based data visualisation service. It supports the provision of agricultural perceptual data. The need to gather, present and store value based data; this […]

A person in a workshop righting the answer to an open question on a glass slide

25 June 2021

How do people value agricultural landscape?

How do people value agricultural landscape? To get to this answer, I believe it’s sensory and ethnographic. I am utilising citizen science principles and participatory action based depth to get […]

Free App called Rate My View to capture landscape values

21 June 2021


UNLOCK NATURE: NATURE LIBÉRÉE ​​is a digital citizen science project led by Reef Conservation which is open to anyone living in Mauritius. Ecogeographer has been fortunate to work with Reef […]

Jason Parsons exchanging tips with a Mauritian community whilst working on the Coral Communities project

4 March 2021

Webinar – Sensory Sea

Last month Dr Louisa Evans (Univeristy of Exeter) and Ecogeographer delivered a webinar to the MARSOCSCI network titled: Co-producing an understanding of the needs and priorities of coastal communities – […]

An image of the Chicory flower under UV light created for an introduction to botanical art for families

1 September 2020

An introduction to botanical art for families

Pick, Pop, Peek, Pin & Paint Plants with CAST-OFF – An introduction to botanical art for families with CAST, August was a joy. On several occasions families joined me in […]

16 June 2020

What an Atlas, a New Flora

“this Flora of Cornwall is the most comprehensive so far. A 550-page, full colour, hardback book (slightly larger than A4), it is based on a survey of every kilometre square since 1999 […]

12 December 2019

Serious Gaming

The Palace of Venaria (Italian: Reggia di Venaria Reale) is a former royal residence and gardens located in Venaria Reale, near Torino. TAGSCAPE was invited to carry out workshops here in 2018 and 2019. […]

Visual methods and ethnographic storytelling.

13 June 2019

Aerial data, my Cloud dream

Ecogeographer’s just come back from working in Crete. Watch out for how a TAGSCAPE aerial data space will form over the coming two years through the pan European project Ruritage. […]

16 May 2019

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 […]