Photo of Dylan and Mia by @topgold with Lumia.
I LIKE CREATIVE spaces because they always produce eureka moments. I found such a space in the old wine cellar of the Killashee House near Naas, County Kildare, Ireland.
In a series of audio clilps and annotated images, two dozen creative media students in the Limerick School of Art and Design are sharing their best zones for creativity. Sometimes those places mean music, other times they come with unique lighting or aromas. For me, the best moments have a rich tactile dimension. When I snapped the shot for this blog post, the tactile dimension came from bricks underfoot and a cut stone arched ceiling overhead.
I have a life-long quest involving the documentation of the creative spaces used by those whose work I read or hear every day. If you would like to share yours, please feel free to leave a comment below.
[Bernie Goldbach teaches creative multimedia at third level in Ireland. He snapped the Wein Kellar under the Killashee House while using his Nokia Lumia.]