This Album contains Photographs of places I’ve worked or with people with whom I’ve worked or places I love! It will be added to regularly. I admit it is totally self-indulgent!

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31 Responses to “Personal Photo Album”

  1. A very interesting career. Thanks

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  3. Johnd450 says:

    Nice post. I was checking constantly this blog and I am impressed! Extremely useful information specially the last part which gives me many good ideas. John.

  4. Johnf670 says:

    What a life and great pics. Are they hard to put online? John.

    Not hard at all John but I’ve worked hard to be able to do the things I’ve done and to travel to the places I’ve been Cheers Max

  5. D Idles says:

    Your blog provided us with practical information to help put pictures onto our own blog site. Great thanks.

  6. Some interesting and spicy photos here. What a life!

    Thanks, I’m an interesting and spice guy!!!! Cheers Max

  7. You an interesting character. Lots of things different you done. Good site.

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    Great beat ! I love your website and this file. Valeria

  9. Shyama Deo says:

    cool website! I’m so glad I wandered onto it through my friend’s blog, I’m going to need to put this one
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  10. Rubye says:

    Hi! I just wanted to ask if you ever have any trouble with hackers?
    My last blog (wordpress) was hacked and
    I ended up losing many months of hard work due to no back up.
    Do you have any solutions to stop hackers?

    Your Blog organizer can handle the issue. I haven’t had problems with hackers. WordPress has been excellent. Max

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    well as with the structure on your blog. Is this
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  12. max says:

    You’ve obviously read some of my other files. If not, have a read of some. Things work differently for different people. For me the secret is in knowing what I want to say before I start writing. Thinking about an issue or idea comes first and I’m able to form an opinion before opening my computer. Then, I always write things in the order I’d speak them (logically and developmentally); keep away from academic ‘speak’ and say things simply. The best advice I was ever given was this – “If you have a choice between 2 words that say the same thing, always choose the smaller one”. That’s very simple advice, I know, but it always works for me. And, lastly, know for whom you’re writing. Different audiences need different approaches. Here’s a secret. If I write for teachers, I pretend I’m writing to students. That way I know they’ll get it! Rather cynical it may seem but it isn’t because it comes back to what I said about big or small words. Writing is about other people understanding what you want them to understand! Cheers and thanks for your comments, Max

  13. christine says:

    First off I want to say wonderful blog! I had a quick question which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.

    I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear your mind before writing.
    I have had trouble clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out
    there. I do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like the first
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    Any recommendations or tips? Thank you!

  14. max says:

    Yes, they are great murals that I knew about before I worked in Mexico but I didn’t have any idea what they would be like in reality…so big and so powerful. Thanks or your comment. You are always so positive. Cheers Max

  15. Claudia Amaya says:

    “Dame otro tequila” Great pics from Mexico Max! I love those Diego Rivera’s murals.

  16. Strong views. I enjoyed them Thanks for sharing.

    […]Arts Education Guru[…]…

  17. max says:

    Thanks Tanya.
    There are lots of art analysis worksheets on my website and I’m constantly working on more…any more you can think of that would be useful?

  18. Tanya Childs says:

    Awesome example of how to do an analysis – I will use with my year 8 and 9 Visual Art classes. Thankyou!!!

  19. There is obviously a bunch of people who identify with this. I suppose you made various nice points in other features also.

  20. Couldn’t be written any better. Reading this post and looking at all of your great pics reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept talking about this. I will forward this article to him. Pretty sure he will have a good read and try something himself. Thanks for sharing!

  21. max says:

    Sadly, nor do I Zenia. You need to ask a computer expert or web designer where you live. Where do you live? I can try to find out but things just magically seem to work for me here in Australia. I’m not that bright! Maybe my reference to ‘permission’ was just that I was giving people the right to use anything I do for free but that I’d like my work to be ‘acknowledged’ rather than just ripped off. Cheers and good luck Max.

  22. I have recently started using the and I having some problems here? in your blog you stated that we need to enable write permissions on the App_Data folder…unfortunately I don’t understand how to enable it.

  23. max says:

    Reply to Toni (above) , It’s me who is priviledged because I’m actually in a photo with a famous IB art teacher and examiner from Mexico City!!!! Forget the Guru thing…that is just my joke – a patronizing no-hoper once gave me that title! Easy to be a Guru in that ‘light weight’ company! I might be back in Mexico sooner than later. The Region is working on getting me there to do ‘something.’ Lucky me. Does that magnificent Diego Rivera Museum and Gallery (with all of the ancient sculptures he donated to Mexico) have a name? Talk soon. Cheers Max

  24. I bookmarked your post will read this latter . Regards, Mike

  25. I was very pleased to find this website.I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post.

  26. Toni says:

    Wow, I’m actually in a photo with the world famous Art Guru!

    This is great!

    Max, Great Website, it’s got so many inspiring things all over the place, fantastic!

    Thanks for all the help.

    See you again in Mexico soon?


    Toni Hauri

  27. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in presenting this file. I am hoping the same best work from you in the future as well and I have to start my own blog now, it’s about to get it’s own domain name, thanks for your efforts

  28. Funny, your webpage formats beautifuly on my new iPhone, didnt look quite right on my old piece of junk. You inspire me to blog my own pics and have an album myself. Lucky you to travel so many exotic places. Di.

  29. Hello, I am very impressed by your blogging competencies. I am a blogger myself.

  30. This is a good post, I stumbled across your articles while looking for some downloads. Thanks for sharing, I’ll be sure to come back.

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