In the videos I produce I always seek to inspire and educate in some way. So what better to start my blog spot off with than my latest effort - my first ever 'educational' video.
It was mentioned to her that I make videos, and the idea to film her making paper grew from conversations about abstract art and animation. Months later a chance to film the globe casting process arrived, and it is one example in a series of projects I am working on which capture the 'agitating' of pulp - a phrase coined by Lesa she feels really describes her process.
As Lesa points out in the video, people will be able to spot these globes in various libraries throughout South East Queensland, and will able to sign their names in response to World Environment Day and the Hays Inlet Festival. They are a simple, organic design - playing as constant reminders for people to look after their surroundings and never forget the conservation of the environment.