George Callaghan was given free reign to explore his creative abilities after returning to his native Northern Ireland at fourteen years old.
Even at that young age, he had a knack for painting, sculpture and making jewellery, and music—so it should be no surprise that he went on to become a leading harp maker.
In this autobiography, he looks back at how he cultivated his creative abilities amid the harsh industrial landscape of Belfast, during the days of apartheid in South Africa, and elsewhere. He also looks back at:
Belfast’s rich history of shipbuilding;
life growing under apartheid;
joys and disappointments of childhood;
becoming a champion boxer;
conquering the world of advertising.