Fiction, film, art and design by:
Jay Corless
Freedom – the Parison Sk8 Diaries

Day 44.  This was actually shot on Day 44 but it has taken me a couple of days to edit and post everything online.  The youtube mass uploader never works.  I’ve tried that thing several times and it bites.  Sorry for the delay. The story?  Do you want this story?  I woke up suddenly overwhelmed [...]

Guatemala Dreaming

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Guatemala? Does anything? To be honest it took me a little while to think of something. After a few moments though the images started to flow. First the images of incredibly colourful clothing came to mind. The clothing often worn by [...]

Paris Guide – Quincampoux, Tire Boudin and Place des Victoires

Parts of this walk made me giggle when I first discovered these hidden gems. Other parts are about experiencing new emotions and pleasures. It’s a walk that is composed of several neighborhoods, the oldest and the shadiest streets of Paris. In some places you may cringe, in other places you may laugh while other stops [...]

Paris Guide – Rive Gauche

France, the French and Paris are known for their great debates. Debates are an art form. They are often engaged in with no larger purpose than for debates sake. For many years I survived the debate circuit in France with only a few French words. ‘Camembert’ was my key word if discussion at dinner swerved [...]

Paris Guide – The Hands of God Walk

If you only have one day in Paris this is the walk you must do.  It’s the walk that changed my life several times over.  This is the walk that has inspired my greatest moments and has offered comfort during my seemingly interminable miseries.  It is a walk that can last an hour like it [...]

Paris Guide – Noma to Pompidou Walk

The Noma (North Marais ) to Pompidou walk covers a large part of the South and North Marais as well as the connecting streets to the Beaubourg Pompidou Centre area. This is a good half-day walk including museums, galleries, boutique shopping and a selection of cafes. It starts in the historic Jewish Quarter passes through [...]

Paris Guide – Cannonball Walk

The cannonball walk is one of my favorite walks. It covers a part of the neighborhood my sister and I lived in for many years. It has history, great cafes and a nice outdoor basketball court. This is a slow meander that can take up to three or four hours or it can be done [...]


p-520-450-7051d0bc-8a0d-49c3-a703-9a8dd3d11f3b.jpeg Quickly and briefly. Ptelevision started in 1996 when I couldn't watch TV. Without access to my favorite past time I tried other things. I tried writing, painting, photography, you name it. Ptv is what I did when nothing was on or I had nothing to do.  It's interesting what your mind will do when your eyes are free to roam. Read More


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