Tin Shed

    Last night I visited the Tin Shed in Laugharne. It is the 5th anniversary of the Shed which is a 1940s based museum that also hosts events and entertainment. On Friday night Antony Penrose gave a talk about his mother the internationally acclaimed photographer, Lee Miller The atmosphere in the Shed was amazing; the seating was straw bales with a Welsh blanket covering under a corrugated steel roof. The barn-like structure was cosily lit and included an ancientRead more


I am confused. I am very confused. I believe in the copyright of photographs, but I’m confused by the inconsistency of museums and galleries. I visited the Paul Strand exhibition at the V&A in May and was horrified when an overzealous guard rushed up to a diminutive visitor standing next to me to berate her about taking a photograph with her iPhone and stood over her whilst she expunged the image from her ‘phone. Later that same day I wasRead more