Alectoris, 2013 - Asio otus, 2013

As Dave went into his personal problems in grave detail, (death of budgie, stomach ailments etc.), in desperation I began to stare at the little ringed plovers and imagine their conversations and complaints. I came to the conclusion that they were just like us with their grumbles and gripes, bad habits, love interests and attention seeking behavior…"

I could see him, and suspected not anyone could.

Kookaburra parents make their nests in small tree hollows. These nests may be used for many years.

The photographs & text were originally published in , May 7th, 2015

A new and soft range of coquettish cosmetic colours meant to be used for an elegant and sexual purpose, giving a refined and genderspecific meaning to paint.

Bubulcus ibis, 2013 - Ciconia, 2014

The arts & crafts movement is making an important revival, inspiring objects made by hand in timber, hide, bone, ceramics and glass. Filling the nest with unique pieces.

Young kookaburras begin to laugh at 6 weeks of age and have perfected it by 3 months.

Wood-fire oven roasted cauliflower with almond sauce

lingerie and corsetry adorned with furs and feathers will continue to inspire sexual style. the fetishistic and animistic forces in society will be fed with global examples of universal folklore using bone, hide and feathers.

We're re-building our 'nest' after 20 years... it's astounding!

Right now we’re working on designing still animals out of paper. We’re trying to find new shapes, techniques and textures from the motion of flying owls, fighting hares, walking storks and other animals." The Grey Heron, Tawny Owl and Blackbird were first developed for Janice Blackburn’s ‘Small Show Huge Talent’ None of the animals were killed for this project.

aquila pennata_booted eagle 2012

the rituals of courting and mating by the male specimens drive us towards a more erotic experience of the night and a more exotic take on rituals, using colour, dance and sound as essential attributes.

…тело его, с переломанной шеей, , мерно покачивалось под стропилами моста через Совиный ручей.

We also asked Susan to tell more about herself with a few questions:

Having worked with human hair in the past and now with donated pigeon, natural, undyed feathers, Kate MccGwire creates visually striking art. The Royal College of Art MA graduate is based on a boat floating on the Thames, which helps her stay connected to nature.

Влияние «Случая на мосту…» обнаруживается в «Алом знаке доблести» , «» , «» , «Тайном чуде» .

What is your favorite occupation ?

I was immediately sorry I hadn’t thought of it myself, that I hadn’t stolen him from life, into my story. A young man with burning eyes (that’s the way it is, sometimes similes flares in your head, later it softens). Anyway, a young man with brown eyes, keeping dead birds in his freezer and later taking them out of their coverage in a club named Nightingale Cinema, no less. Symbolism pushed its way in, photographs with dead birds, magnificent, hurt, in a club named after the primordial singing bird; and that’s the mode of action: he approaches stranger men at the club and asks them to photograph with a dead bird.

Text by Olivier Dupon, author of 'Encore! The New Artisans' (Thames & Hudson, 2015)

What's your idea of happiness ?

The world of birds is therefore an amazing source of inspiration,singing birds inspire luminous spaces that will make us smile, with almost brights that bring some sunshine on a rainy day.