We took a family adventure to Colombia, to join Wendy on a Storytelling tour in Colombia and Ecuador. This was a working trip – I had plenty of innovation projects to work on at the same time.
We’ve just completed day 3 of our Second EP recording. This is a middle aged rockers equivalent of a Spa Weekend. Krill Camp.
We gathered – 17 of us – at an old Monastery in the Austrian Alps. Schnitzels and lederhosen all round. Alpine Rollercoaster Wonderful little 2-person rollercoaster, with your own personal break lever!! 🙂
The personal rollercoaster at Wildpark Assling.
The Krill have launched the new EP “Sea Sea TV“. It’s now available via most digital services.
After 5 rehearsals, we – The Krill – just spent a couple of days recording our inaugural EP at Soundlab Studios, with James (Susan) operating the electronics, and Max in support.
Rehearsal number one for the new EP.
A wonderful 2017 surf rock debut, with the sun shining across the rooftops of Whitechapel.
Rehearsal for an upcoming secret London gig
At a very special event.
After a couple of years of no rehearsals, The Krill are back in the swing of things; the set is appearing and the tunes are sounding good.
That’s it. The jig’s on. We have to get ready for Ginny’s wedding. She needs a surf rock band. We have one. Now we just need a set.
What a great place – Edinburgh! We accidentally planned our trip during the Rugby World Cup. The locals warned us that the place went mad and that everywhere got rammed….
We spent a December evening with some of the old (1990s) Woodford/Loughton/Chingford bunch, at SushiSamba. Same bunch that went to Hereford.
From a cold and wintry London, some business at Google brought me to San Francisco, and I was able to catch up with Amy, Russ, Susan & family.
Following a great catch-up with Giles in July, we conspired -upon, and miraculously delivered, a reunion for 8 of us (out of 11) in Oundle – our “Almost 25th Anniversary Reunion.”
An interesting 2 day innovation workshop in Berlin, at MIZ Babelsberg, to look at some innovation opportunities with the German public broadcaster ZDF.
In the run-up to brother Ed’s wedding, we got together in Alexandra Palace for an ice cream, chat and to play “Shuffle up some Shearers, then guess which one is which from the back.”
Great gig from BJRP – the Bon Jovi Response Plan* – at Ryan’s Bar in Stoke Newington.