Mailing List And Giveaway

you can't deny what's inside

With my album, You Can’t Deny What’s Inside, coming soon I’ve had a few requests about how to stay up to date with information on the release. So, I’ve decided to cave in and set up a mailing list.

If you are anything like me, then managing your email inbox is a protracted and sometimes futile battle. I certainly don’t want to add to the deluge. So, the mailing list will only see a few messages a year. Just enough to keep you up to date on the release and any big news about new projects, exhibitions or whatever.

My goal is to open up a more direct and personal line of communication with everyone who has been supporting and encouraging my work over the years, something more personal than blasting news out on social media. You can sign up by using this link, or by putting your email in the space below.

Giveaway

As a thank you for signing up to the list and because I’m just so damn excited about this project, I’m going to be giving a few things away.

First off, I’m going to give away a framed, signed, one-off canvas print of the image you see on the album cover art. This will be 41x41cm (16×16 inches) and can be shipped anywhere in the world. I took this image in Oaxaca, in 2011 and the mood of that moment, creatively and spiritually, permeates the whole album.

There will also be three 30x30cm (12×12 inch) archival quality prints of the image. I’ll be printing those here in my workshop in Singapore. Again, these will be signed and collectable, or at least unique.

Finally, I’ll be giving away (in the form of download codes), ten copies of the album.

To be in with a chance to win any of this stuff, you’ll need to sign up for the mailing list before midnight Singapore time, on the 22nd of this month (May 2013). I’ll then be asking Graham Perkins, The President of the Singapore Music Society (sgmuso) to draw the names for me during the MusicMatters conference.

So, sign up below, or using this link. Thank you and good luck.

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