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Art Mapping Media Narrative Photography Place Travel Urbanism

Travelogue

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Art Photography Reading

Photography books

Another Way of Telling

John Berger, Jean Mohr.
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Ways of Seeing

John Berger.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

The Reconfigured Eye

William J. Mitchell.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

In Our Own Image

Fred Ritchin.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Paul Graham

Paul Graham, Andrew Wilson.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Andreas Gursky: Photographs from 1984 to the Present

Marie Luise Syring et al.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Modernism Rediscovered

Pierluigi Serraino, Julius Shulman.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Cameraworks

David Hockney.
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Lomo: Just Shoot

Fabian Monheim.
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Art Film Media Narrative Reading Research Television

Narrative books

Hamlet on the Holodeck

Janet H Murray.
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Pause & Effect: The Art of Interactive Narrative

Mark Stephen Meadows.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Computers As Theatre

Brenda Laurel.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

The Hero with a Thousand Faces

Joseph Campbell.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Interactive Acting: Acting, Improvisation, and Interacting for Audience Participatory Theatre

Jeff Wirth.
amazon.com

Tell Me a Story: Narrative and Intelligence

by Roger C. Schank, Gary Saul Morson.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Understanding Comics

Scott McCloud.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Comics & Sequential Art

Will Eisner.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Graphic Storytelling & Visual Narrative

Will Eisner.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

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Art Interaction design Media Narrative Social Television

Honeysphere collaborative storytelling platform

In 1999 a team of six (including myself and “Jack Schulze”:http://www.jackschulze.co.uk) won the London Institute Award for Innovation for a collaboration around narrative and interactive television. We researched existing web-based projects dealing with community, gaming, multi-user space, and interactive narrative.

The project aquired an extensive archive of research material and proposed a number of design patterns that could be used for future development of collaborative television software.

We presented our findings to the public at the Berlin Film Festival in February 2000.