Not-for-profit environmental organisation, Green Thing ,is a public service creating inspirational content that encourages people to lead a greener life. Recently they’ve enlisted the help of fans to join in and submit their own videos. This fine effort was created by Swiss filmmakers Stephan Gimmi and Christoph Bocchetti and lends support to Green Thing’s Walk the Walk campaign.
Jazz-enthused singer, Rox, performed at Tim Motion’s ‘Eye For The Sound‘ exhibition, last Tuesday at The Richard Young Gallery, wowing audiences.
The exhibition features photographs of some great jazz legends such as Bo Didley, Miles Davis, Art Blakely and Ray Charles – all striking images shot by photographer, Tim Motion. Guests included Tara Palmer-Tompkinson, Pete Tong and Yasmin Mills.
The ‘Eye For The Sound‘ exhibition will be open from 4th May 2010 till 4th June 2010 at The Richard Young Gallery, 4 Holland Street, London, W8 4LT.
Abercrombie & Kent Villas continues to expand its portfolio with seven luxury villas on the Greek island of Mykonos, renowned for whitewashed villages, vibrant nightlife and stunning views of the Aegean Sea.
Ideal for families, groups of friends and couples travelling together, the Mykonos collection has something for everyone. For those seeking the glamour and nightlife of the Greek isles, thenVilla Olive Garden, set just above Mykonos town, is the perfect escape. Meanwhile, those who seek a more relaxing getaway can enjoy the peaceful luxury of Blue Living and Les Soleil de Rhenia.
Not-for-profit organisation Green Thing is a public service creating inspirational content that encourages people to lead a greener life. Recently they’ve been asking fans to join in and submit their own videos. This fine effort was created by Swiss filmakers, Stephan Gimmi and Christoph Bocchetti, and lends support to Green Thing’s Walk the Walk campaign.
Manhattan’s finest VIP’s and socialites gathered for the much anticipated launch of The Luxury Collections Destination Guide’s at Mario Batali’s famed flagship, Del Posto. Guests mixed and mingled over exquisitely prepared hors d’ouvres that pleased even the most discerning palates.
Celebrity Alan Cumming, a self-described food lover, could not help himself from seconds and thirds of the artichoke, truffle and white-bean toasts, as guests’ champagne glasses were continuously refilled with mixologist Greg Seider’s masterful creations. Hollywood favorites and old friends Stanley Tucci and Rosie Perez caught up on past times as Patrick Mc Mullan’s camera flashed away. As Italian’s would say, “La Buona Vita”.
The Macabees stopped by the Mission showroom last week, for an exclusive look at the new FLY53′s collection. The band, later headed to the Village Underground to perform, where Sam Doyle was seen showcasing his FLY53 checked shirt.
The Richard Young Gallery is delighted to announce the Tim Motion ‘An Eye For Sound’ Exhibition, showing throughout May and June 2010. The show will display a variety of striking images by photographer Tim Motion, featuring portraits of some of the most influential jazz musicians in the history of the genre.
The unique exhibition will show case photographs of jazz icons including Ray Charles, Theolonius Monk, Miles Davis, Bo Diddley, Slim Gaillard and Art Blakely. These arresting images provide an insight into the vibrant world of jazz, capturing its stars in their element, with the passion of their performances clear in every shot.
‘An Eye For Sound’ will open from May 4th 2010 to June 4th 2010 at the Richard Young Gallery, 4 Holland Street, London, W8 4LT.
Photographs will be available for purchase with prices ranging from £475 to £2,500.