03 February 2013
Does it help our view of nature if we measure its financial value?
02 August 2012
Logo, branding and identity work from Mid Wales
02 April 2012
Fine Pluck which is a project managed by Embody has been covered by The Edible Garden Magazine in its spring / summer 2012 edition.
07 February 2012
How to forage for tea in the UK
09 December 2009
Icons, illustrations, photo montages and books – ink on paper, pixels on screens; Bruce Stanley has 20 years experience as a senior designer working in print, TV title design, interactive web design (in the days when flash was cool) and now app design. Now working from Mid Wales.
06 June 2009
This week I attended the first management meeting for a new community supported agriculture (CSA) that is setting up just south of Bristol. In a nutshell the membership own the farm as a kind of co-op. The farmer is guaranteed an income and the food is local and seasonal for the membership.
28 May 2009
Grow Zones is a project that I've been running in Bristol for the last few months – growing food and friendships. It is a practical project for EarthAbbey which accounts for about a fifth of my time and here is a short movie that tells you all about it.
28 October 2008
Happiness For Life is very at home in its new venue of the Pierien Centre in Bristol. The local BBC radio news stumbled across the course just before the present run – never tell a news anchor that 'not listening to the news' might make you happier. Anyway, here's the final interview.
06 May 2008
Take a look at these five key motivations for the creative process and work out where the force is strong with you. Tailoring your work to suit your strengths and weaknesses can mean jobs become rewarding activities rather than laborious headaches. Most people are strongly motivated by only one or two of the following. It might help to imaging a recent project from your own work.
25 April 2008
Is it an age thing; succumbing to the desire to grow things? Compost and seeds + six months = food. I'm with Jamie on this; dig for victory. Anyway, it is all a good lesson in patience (I had to wait a whole week for this to show – and how happy I was).