Royalties from the sales of belgradestreets in 2015 were donated to the orphanage for abandoned children, 'Dom za decu Vera Blagojevic' in Banja Koviljača. I was left speechless by the two pictures that the children provided to me as a thank you. In turn, I thank everyone who has purchased copies of my book, and my … Continue reading Banja Koviljača
One freezing cold day in January 2011, I arrived at this airport, tired and anxious about the future I had no idea how much my life would change because of this city, and the people who live and work there The book was a lucky break I will never be able to to give back … Continue reading airport books…
(Photos courtesy of Ivan Kovanović from Komshe) Thank you to all at Komshe and Klub Dvoristance for organising a wonderful evening at such a cool venue along the banks of the Sava in Savamala last Thursday evening. And thank you to HMA Denis Keefe, Mrs Kate Keefe and Mrs Tracy Gallagher from the British Embassy … Continue reading belgradestreets at klub dvoristance
For more details click visit Klub Dvoristance on Facebook Thank you all my good friends at Komshe for organising this! Copies of belgradestreets can be obtained in bookstores and online from Komshe, for other outlets a further details can be found here.
Thrilled to announce that that the team at the Belgrade Foreign Visitor's Club have decided to combine their popular "Thirsty Thursday Event" with my exhibition at Klub Dvoristance this Thursday evening, 23 July at 19:00 . Do hope you can come and thanks again to Dimitrije and Branko and all their colleagues at Komshe!
With the help of my friends at Komshe all royalties from sales of my book belgradestreets will now be donated to the fund to help victims of the tragic floods in Serbia. The heroes of this time are the people of Serbia who have come together with their neighbours to help those who are suffering. … Continue reading thank you Komshe and all who have purchased the belgradestreets book
At the start of October, I gave an interview to Britić, a magazine produced for the Serbian community living in Britain. If you are interested in reading it, the interview can be found by clicking on this link. Interview with Andy Townend: author, photo-blogger of belgradestreets « Britić – The British Serb magazine. Thanks again … Continue reading interview in “Britić The British Serb Magazine”
September 2012, marked one year of belgradestreets. This post is a thank you to those good people at Komshe who have recently published my book, belgradestreets, which features images taken from this blog. I would particularly like to thank Branko Andrić, the Managing Director of Komshe d.o.o. for backing the idea, and taking the book … Continue reading sometimes dreams come true
This coming week, Wednesday, 5 September 2012, will mark one year of belgradestreets. It will also see the arrival of a book featuring images of the blog published by my good friends at Komshe. Details of where the book can be purchased will be available soon. For me, it will be a wonderful moment to … Continue reading one hundred posts, one book…