Posts By Michael Greensmith

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Hollywood Style Linen Cupboard

We needed a linen cupboard in our house.  We lack storage!  So…….after removing a large 1970’s sliding door with faux wood inserts which connected to a small balcony which …
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Steampunk Steady Cam – other photos

Here are a few more photos so you could see how Steampunk Steady Cam works.

Steampunk Steady Cam for my iPhone!

I was asked to film some book launches by Lisa (my partner) for an author (Robyn Caughlan) who has asked Lisa to adapt her book into a film.  The book …
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The Blue Mountains Council published this in the Gazette! WOW!!

It was a real honour to see that the Blue Mountains City Council chose the Steampunk iPhonograph to headline their congratulatory message to all winners in the Blue Mountains ‘Waste …
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An iPhonograph for Charity

I was asked if I could donate an iPhonograph to the NSW Cavalcade of History and Fashion charity in order to raise some much needed funds for their annual raffle.  I chose …
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Steampunk Sir Round-a-Sound Finished!

At last, the prototype of ‘Sir Round-a-Sound’ is finished. It sounds great – even if I say so myself!  The push button that turns it on (bottom right hand side …
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Steampunk Sir Round-a-Sound

My partner Lisa managed to find 11 beautiful 1930’s and 1940’s clock cases at an auction and she couldn’t go past them! Bless her rubbery mind for intuitively knowing that …
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Where has all the time gone?

Since I last posted, I have been renovating, creating bespoke shop fittings for a jewellery store in Newtown (Inner Sydney) as well as our new outlet in the Blue Mountains …
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iPhonograph wins ‘Waste to Art’ competition

The iPhonograph was entered into the Blue Mountains ‘Waste to Art’ competition held in the Braemar Gallery, Springwood, Blue Mountains, Australia and won First Prize in the Community Functional 3D …
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Just when I thought I was getting ahead!!!

I’ve now been asked to create an ‘iPhonograph’ for an art exhibition called ‘From Waste to Art’.  It’s actually a fantastic initiative by Councils across New South Wales (a state …
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