London Business School basking in bright winter sunshine.

I’ve enjoyed setting up and quietly soft-launching London Business School’s Tumblr with my Digital colleagues, throwing in the odd photo I’ve snapped on campus.
Emirates Stadium, London.
Home of the Arsenal Football Club.

Processed with VSCO Film.
Looking westward from Festung Hohensalzburg, Salzburg, Austria.
Berlin: Museuminsel.
Photo by Jason Ilagan /
Stockholm: Sempre Espresso Bar.
Jakobsbergsgatan 5, 111 44 Stockholm.
Photo by Jason Ilagan /
Moderna Museet, Stockholm.
Yucca Invest Trading Plant
Ola Pehrson, 1999
Mixed media.
All living organisms, plants as well as animals and humans, constantly emit electric impulses. The amplitude of these impulses varies depending on the interior and exterior milieu of the organism. Yucca Invest Trading Plant combines this information with stock market know-how.

A Yucca palm tree has been chosen as a representative of a typical plant for a young urban businessman. The plant has been exposed to six months of intensive market education, during which it has been fed with stock market rates encoded into electric currents, combined with an index related conditioning diet of either rich or meagre rations of water and sunlight. This is an attempt to stimulate a market-adapted habitus, similar to that which years of financial transactions develop in the experienced stock brokers’ nervous system.

The currents of the plant are transformed into currency, as they via computer software are interpreted as investment strategies for the stock market. The welfare of Yucca Invest Trading Plant is generated by itself according to market logic when the financial result of the transactions is converted into a plants essential currencies - water, light and air.
Photo by Jason Ilagan /
Federal Election 2013. London.
Campaign volunteers at the Australian High Commission in London, ready to hand out election material to voters. Polls would close 10 minutes later (2100 GMT, Friday 6 September) to take into consideration the time difference between London and the closing of polls at 18:00 Australian Western Standard Time (AWST).
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Parks and Recreation: behind the scenes.
Ben Wyatt (played by Adam Scott) and Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler) kiss for the cameras during filming of Parks and Recreation, on location at Buckingham Palace, London, United Kingdom.