Welcome ...

Peter Langston
... to the company website of Six Nines Imagery. This site now incorporates all of the business interests and creativity of Peter and Sue Langston. A former teacher, Peter retired in 2001 after twenty classroom years and has gradually been putting together a portfolio of interests which now form the activities of the company.

Peter is an established writer, having written on politics, sport, the arts and current affairs for more than forty years in a variety of old and new media but has a great passion for poetry. In 2009, he released his first collection "Six Nines" followed by "Head Full Of Whispers" (2012), "Straightening My Tie" (2015) and "While I Wasn't Looking (2017). A second edition of Six Nines was released October, 2015, as the original is now out of print.

Peter was a community presenter for the Black Dog Institute, specialising in presentations about mood disorders and helping children navigate through teenage depression and a spokesman for beyondblue where both he and Sue helped publicise the BeyondNow app designed to reduce suicide risks. He wrote regularly for ten years for his cricket website thecricketragics to a wide audience. When he is on the road, his travel website Travels With Pete & Sue and he has published articles with Time To Roam magazine. He has also been a guest on ABC Radio's Conversations with Richard Fidler and has appeared on ABC New England North West on many occasions.

His first play, Geoffrey, was bought to the stage by the Tamworth Dramatic Society for an eight show season from 24th March, 2017.

Sue Langston
Sue retired from a highly successful, thirty year career in teaching at the end of 2014. While for much of it she was a primary school classroom and learning difficulties teacher, she specialised in the Visual Arts and Drama and at one time or another has taught visual arts to every stage of school, K-12. In the past five years, Sue has been pursuing her own journey with art in a more vigorous and focused manner, completing portraiture commissions and some landscape work and immersing herself in the local art community.

You will find links to all of these activities as well as contact details for Six Nines Imagery on this and linked pages. Come and introduce your ideas to their imagination.
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