Dancing Decor offer beautiful affordable murals for schools, children’s bedrooms, clubs, bars and community projects in and around South West London. In addition, artist Sarah Hubert will undertake a mural design of your choice for breathtaking bespoke interior design. Sarah’s murals are vibrant, joyful, uplifting and often witty especially her designs for children’s bedrooms and schools.
Hello, and welcome to my site. I'm a lifestyle and travel photographer with over ten years of experience. Currently working in the Kansas City area, I can be reached via the contact me page, at my email,
THANK YOU for visiting this page. The fact that you are here and taking the time to read this is truly appreciated!
What type of music do I play? In addition to my original acoustic rock songs (found on my 2014 and 2016 releases 'Coaster' and 'Grey Morning Light') I mix in the hits you know and love along with the deep cuts from artists ranging from Johnny Cash to Queen and Tom Petty to AC/DC.
With my trusty Martin D16 acoustic guitar, the tapping of my amplified left foot and my own voice, I put my own spin on the 'singer / songwriter / Americana' genres with songs that are about the reality of life, everyday struggles, and occasionally, cars and women..
My live equipment setup is compact enough to fit into literally any space (I was once directed to set up in a closet, and yes I did fit!) and I take great care in my live sound quality and volume so that you can enjoy the music while still holding a conversation with your friends!
Hit me up on the contact page or via the sosh-net links below to book a show or just to say hello!
"Solo sound inspired by my 2nd chance at living. Constructed mainly of my voice. Songs on here besides Rh-null didn't make my upcoming solo LP. Bandcamp is my sound diary
Other projects - CAGES (see Iron Lung Record's Bandcamp for digital download of A World In Song) https://nolaranallo.bandcamp.com/"
"Life is full of detours. Missed chances. New opportunities.
All of those events in my life led me here. To a place where my passion for photography has become my career.
Over the last two decades I have experienced much of the world through a lens. Taking thousands of photographs of children, nature, religious services, landscapes, and architecture - the wide varied beauty of this world.
The opportunity to turn that lens on new people and places is always exciting. From documenting a growing family to a growing company wanting to put their best foot forward with high quality images.
There is always something new, unexpected and beautiful to photograph."
Tom Starkweather began photographing for his hometown newspaper while in high school. Starkweather’s interest in photographing professionally took him to the Rochester Institute of Technology where he received a BFA in Photojournalism in 2006. Tom is interested in capturing the surprising juxtapositions and singular moments he encounters. He is fascinated by technology, neighborhood culture, and the spontaneous moments that fuse them. When he is not photographing, Tom is a sound recordist and post audio editor. He also produces music in the form of personal compositions as well as feature and short film soundtracks.