It was lovely to be back in my old haunt of North London last week as part of a new project I'm working on.
This is an exciting new creative direction I'm taking and I'm really looking forward to sharing it with you soon.
Watch this space!
“Creativity is a basic human response to trauma and a natural emergency defense system,” writes Louise DeSalvo in Writing as a Way of Healing: How Telling Our Stories Transforms Our Lives. Art has been a human drive for as long as we know – from the cave wall paintings of prehistoric times, to the myriad forms of art that humans create today. It is a way for us to express our unique experience of the world we live in; to try to claim and hold still a moment of time in our fleeting lives. It is also a way to help us let go of those dark places in our psyches – moments of time that hold us so tightly it feels we may never be able to shake them free, keeping us bound to a place we may be desperate to run away from.....
Read the rest of the article I wrote for writing.ie here, ahead of the Winnie M LI #Complicit Murder One event I'll be presenting on October 8th at 1pm in the DLR Lexicon in association with the DRCC.
It's rare, in these home studio via Zoom times, to be invited into the 'real' studios these days.
So when it happens, I document it.
That's why I've made this little slideshow from my day out in Dublin city in Screenscene Post, recording voice for KPMG from a couple of weeks ago. I often forget to take pictures when I'm doing the home studio recordings. But I always remember to snap my in-person live sessions.
Real studios and real people. You just can't beat 'em!
RM Clarke is a writer and voice-over artist. She has written for various literary mags and anthologies and won awards. She has put her voice to most things she can think of.