Matt Smiley, Ryan Seward - Sense of Place (Cass, Ltd, C37).
Matthew Darren Evans (born 11 April 1981, Swansea, Wales), known professionally as Matt Ryan, is a Welsh actor. He is known for voicing Edward Kenway in the Ubisoft video game Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, and portraying John Constantine in NBC's Constantine and The CW's Arrowverse along with his current adaptation on Legends of Tomorrow, as well as voicing the character in the 2017 film Justice League Dark and its CW Seed spin-off web series Constantine: City of Demons.
The term sense of place has been used in many different ways. It is a characteristic that some geographic places have and some do not, while to others it is a feeling or perception held by people (not by the place itself). It is often used in relation to those characteristics that make a place special or unique, as well as to those that foster a sense of authentic human attachment and belonging
John Mayall, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers. A Sense Of Place, on the other hand, represents John Mayall's full-fledged return to major-label record-making, with all the good and bad things that implies, from a high-profile producer, . Field, to the introduction of such cover material as Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together" and . Cale's "Sensitive Kind.
Matt Smiley, a multi-faceted artist and filmmaker, held his first art show in September of 2011 at the legendary penthouse suite at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel with his second exhibit taking place at the Wine Conservatory in Toronto in April 2012. After successful shows, Smiley was part of an art exhibition with Academy Award-nominated actor James Franco and Jeff Wack in September 2013 and participated in an art show trio,, that same year with award-winning actor Emile Hirsch and music- video director Ace Norton
Matt Ryan, Actor: Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. Ryan was born in Swansea, the son of Steve (a postman turned record producer) and Maria Evans, a dance teacher. He attended schools in Penyrheol before moving on to Gorseinon College, where he completed a BTEC Performing Arts course. He graduated from the Bristol Old Vic in 2003 and joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2004.