A still from our film A Portrait of John W. Mills. Quentin Crisp was a regular life model for John W. Mills.
Kingstreetimages got caught up in the English Civil War at Cedars Park, Cheshunt. We were filming the re-enactment at the recently restored park, once the site of Theobald’s Palace, one of King Charles 1’s favourite palaces. Broxbourne council recently received a Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund to promote the heritage of the historic site.
Take a look at our new film for the Gibberd Gallery, featuring work by Henry Moore, Elisabeth Frink and Langlands & Bell.
In A Portrait of John W. Mills, Kingstreetimages explores the stories behind some of the monumental public works by John W. Mills, in a personal profile of one of Britain’s most important and prolific sculptors. Filmed at the artist’s studio in Hinxworth, Hertfordshire. Includes contributions from Art Critic and Curator Edward Lucie-Smith.