I remember when I first began blogging and after I'd committed to writing a few posts every week, it would feel strange to go a week without posting. But here it is, the annoying sorry for not posting in months (years?) post. Life has been busy and the only reason I am typing this is…Read more A Hello Back
So what do you do? I stared at the young lad who had come to rent my camera and my mind struggled for a few seconds. It was the first time I’d been asked that question by a total stranger since graduating from university. I find myself in a position difficult to describe; on one…Read more What Do You Do?
It was done. With a click of the mouse, I'd paid off the final installment of my university tuition fees. I looked around for a crowd of applauding fans but the room was as usual empty, save for the three mugs and two water bottles I'd accumulated on my bookshelves over the past few days…Read more Beating the 9K
Social media versus blogging. Is there a divide? Do bloggers look down at social media and regard those platforms as simply not serious enough? I'm not too sure but all I know is I have been enjoying slowly building up my Instagram profile over the past few days. As a photographer and videographer, I had…Read more The Instagram Life
1000 words. That is a nice daily milestone to reach when you are attempting to do four assignments in four weeks. The final weeks of university have finally hit and it is a bittersweet moment. Two Fridays ago, I said goodbye to the many friends I had made whilst at university. It was an emotional…Read more Photos and Essays
Last Saturday, I was happy to take part in something called London's Community Impact Project which is a student initiative to tackle issues like homelessness. Students from universities across Central London came together to hold an event for the homeless. The event was held above Temple Station in Central London, which aimed to provide key…Read more London Community Impact Project
I have been unusually busy with work the past few weeks and it looks I will continue to be for the next couple or so more. What's that I hear you say? "Oh good, finally this English student is doing some bloody work." Well yes and no. You see, I haven't been doing much university…Read more Breaking into Television
I always say that one of the nicest things about blogging is seeing those names of readers on your notifications who were in sense, with you when it all began. Of course, I don't claim to be a blog of epic proportions, worthy of offering endorsements or advertisements or such things, but what I mean…Read more Thank You for Your Support
Sweeet Shop I am the pearl of insulin upon the sliver of steel, Clear and pungent. I can take you back to the days when you roamed in the grass Like a freshly emerged butterfly Until your body refused to obey and you had to come indoors To blood tests, syringes and Pampers. But now,…Read more Sweet Shop
Over the past week, I have had this phrase hurled, flung, smirked, and smiled at me. You're next! They say mischievously and alas, events have proven to show that to some extent this statement is now true. My second eldest brother's wedding took place over the weekend and as the whole family inhales, taking a…Read more You’re Next!
When we visited Agadir in January, we knew the weather wasn't going to be brilliant. Yet it still came as a surprise to be greeted by a torrential downpour on the morning we were supposed to go quad biking. It was the sort of rain that I would have enjoyed standing in but it wasn't…Read more Exotic Rain?