My name’s Julian Richards.  I’m a Cornishman at heart and I’ve been living ‘up country’ for about 30 years. Artwork and design for print and screen. Image making for business and pleasure. That’s a bit of what I do… It has been said that I’m “always pro-active, helpful, innovative and persistent – in a good way!”. I’ve more than thirty […]


Do it every day – read!

Four of my images were recently selected to feature on promotional Library Bookmarks that will be distributed by North Lanarkshire Public Libraries. A suite of four bookmarks to collect, that promote local Lanarkshire authors. The four images were selected from a shortlist of 8 of my photos are here:

Global Harmony and Close Harmony

This page contains a few impromptu recordings of Close Harmony Close Harmony are singing group from Melton Mowbray, attached to the large a capella community choir Global Harmony. We’re currently made up of a dozen singers led by the ever-encouraging MD Liz. Recent recordings from an event at Melton Library can be heard here: Melton Library An […]


Daily Bread…

Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us… ? Today was a normal Saturday. Thankful to Em who did a 4 hour stint teaching swimming. We had dancing first thing, or at least thought we did (Doesn’t start till next week). So we did a small Tesco shop and a library visit to […]

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We cycle to know we are not alone…

As you know I cycle. However (bear with me),  cycling as a sport is not my thing. I don’t find the spin and whirl of the latest chrome or carbon gadgets specifically exciting, I don’t find the latest audacious audax or spritely sportif of interest, “different chevaux for different courses” I guess. Cycling for me […]

Julian Richards – C.V.

Julian Richards Curriculum Vitae Personal Statement: I am an enthusiastic, organised, conscientious person. I am keen to utilise proven dedication, creativity and communication skills. In my work, I’ve successfully combined practicalities with creativity showing that I am capable of problem-solving and working to achieve goals within deadlines. I enjoy working using my own initiative or as […]

Sunrise Sunday, ultimately faulty?

Woken this morning by a poorly daughter – (barking like a seal on silk-cut). Bless her, she’s suffering this weekend. Calpol and ‘stuff’ are hopefully doing their thing.So a bedtime cuppa for the wife and ‘Milkshake (5)’ for t’other little lady, and off out on the pedals for an hour. The outing was briefly awesome! After a […]