The therapeutic use of art and creativity
It has been a busy time for me, which can only be a good thing. My creative juices are flowing as I've been commissioned to create a bespoke murder mystery. I've been asked for a Peaky Blinders pastiche and who am I to disagree! Thus we can now meet the 'Clothcap Cutters.' I love creating new characters, motives and of course the ingenious murder.
I find drawing, painting, creating and writing such a rewarding experience, it really does nourish the soul. It's my therapy and gets me back in touch with me and why I do what I do. Over the next week I will be delivering training in Stoke and Crewe and also making three new films for learning purposes. My bespoke films are real talkking points and I've recently invested in some top of the ramnge gear to give the films that extra sheen.
Meanwhile here is the low down on: Slice n Dice and All Things Nice
The Terror of Trentham, the Horror of Hanley, the B*stard of Burslem, Humperdinck Ridgeway is dead! The notorious criminal and leader of the Clothcap Cutters has been found slain. His throat slashed from ear to ear to ear and a hatpin sticking out of his eye. His remains were discovered around the back of the spiritualist church in Latimer Lane, just down the road from his beloved watering hole; the Ghastly Goblin drinking house. Police are baffled, bewildered and befuddled. Who could have done such a thing and why?