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Thursday, 31 March, 2011

Content A little after the start of 2011, I finished another Expression Engine CMS based website for IPCN (International Program Content Network), who are an Anglo-Chinese entertainment and media business specialising in the Asia Pacific region with a particular focus on China.

IPCN home

The architecture, visual design and layout were relatively simple as this was the approach my clients favoured.

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Saturday, 26 February, 2011

Content Whilst selling photography to magazines is an everyday transaction for some people, for me it's not. So it is with an amateur's glee that I announce the publishing of one of my shots from Taiwan in the latest issue of Monocle, one of the only mags I actually still buy. I wish I could write a post on how to do it, but in fact, the Monocle photography assistant simply got in touch after seeing the photo in my Flickr account. A modest sum was arranged and I was a happy holiday snapper!

Taiwan Photo in Monocle

Even if the shot is actually so small that I missed it the first time I flicked through the Monocle Taiwan special. And that they spelt my name wrong. Unless you happen to be writing the pinyin from the Mandarin pronunciation of it (Hu). Publishing evidence below.

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Made By Mark. Photography.

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Tuesday, 28 December, 2010

Content Just before Christmas, I finished the new version of the Chinatown Arts Space (CAS) website. It's actually the first major project I've completed since returning back to the UK in May from my travels in East Asia.

Chinatown Arts Space website

It's by far the most ambitious Expression Engine project that I've developed and quite rewarding because of it. I've been able to really explore and work through a number of challenges in making some areas of the site work, namely the membership profile side and the ability for dynamic content such as the news items, to be loaded up to the front end, edited and saved back to the database.

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Made By Mark.

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Tuesday, 05 October, 2010

Content Just over two weeks ago, I accompanied Linh as she checked into hospital in the early hours of the 16th September. Heavily pregnant, she was not due for another 3 weeks and our combined concern over sporadic pain and other effects that she was feeling, justified the visit.

Llithyia Born

Four and a half hours later, Linh gave birth to our beautiful daughter, Llithyia Yan Yi Wu at 6.02am. She had arrived amidst a flurry of events that began with the midwife's declaration that it was time, followed by an expectedly quick, but nonetheless painful three and a half hours of labour, eased slightly by the warmth and comfort of the birthing pool.

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Events. Made By Mark.

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Sunday, 15 November, 2009

Content Jellyfish are awesome. They also don't need a Photoshop filter to get you fluid and flowing fleets of colour although they do need the help of a coloured background and side lighting. And so it is that looking through some of my photos from East Asia that I thought I'd post a homage to these organisms that happen to have their mouths and anus in the same part of their bell-shaped bodies.

Here are some photos, the first ones being from Tokyo's Sunshine International Aquarium in Ikebukuro and the second set from Hong Kong's Ocean Park.

Jellyfish 1

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Made By Mark. Photography.

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