Michael Nolan

My name is Michael Nolan and I started working at Edge Hill in September 2006 on a six month contract as the Web Services Project Officer, initially working on the Education Partnership website and latterly the Hi applicant community. Since then I have worked as Web Applications Project Manager and was recently appointed Head of Web Services.

I have been programming with PHP for seven years and currently prefer to develop using symfony, a web application framework. Current projects within the development team include developing GO, this blog system and the eProspectus.

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  5. Tom John Rose

    Dear Mike,

    Thank you for providing information that helped drive my photography project earlier this year as part of my degree. I refer to your blog posts about the mystery town of Argleton. I thought you’d may like to see the final piece.

    http://www.tomjohnrose.com/the-trap-collection/

    The link above takes you to my website where you can see my project, titled ‘The Trap Collection’ (scroll down to see the final exhibition piece and statement).

    I got a cartographic company onboard who were willing to reveal some of the trap streets they use in their maps. I visited their supposed locations and documented what I found, the question in mind being “can the truthful medium of photography document places that don’t actually exist?”. I presented the photographs in a museum style cabinet to deceptively reiterate a certain authority onto the images.

    Please feel free to send this around to any colleagues or peers who would find this interesting. I would happily welcome any feedback.

    Thank you for your unknowing help, it was much appreciated!

    Regards,
    Tom John Rose

    Portfolio: http://www.tomjohnrose.com
    Blog: tomjohnrose.wordpress.com
    Twitter: @tomjohnrose

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