16 years ago someone introduced me to the glory that is “How’s it Going to Be?”, and that lead to the discovery of the quintessentially 90s Third Eye Blind. They’ve been on my “bands to see” list for quite some time as they rarely come to the UK. Friday was the night, and it was much […]
Find out more about the project here. Keep up to date daily via my Instargam. 100 Days Complete Alright alright alright! Gosh darn every one of you that requested this one 😜 impossible with the size and time constraints. But I do agree it had to be done, albeit simplified. THANK YOU to everyone who […]
A two hour sketch comprised of pencil, fineliner pen, markers, white gel pen and watercolour pencil.
Last night I attended a recording for a new panel show—6 Degrees of Separation. Professor Brian Cox is the host, with two teams of three scientists/comedians. They have 6 objects, people or ideas and have to find the scientific connections between each one. There’s little information about this show—the BBC described the format as being […]
2014 was particularly empty gig-wise. For someone who usually goes to 10+ gigs a year, it was a sad time! I love live music, each experience is beyond worth it! This was Big Gig Week as I had four booked – Muse were a late, wonderfully unexpected addition to three Placebo gigs. My two favourite […]
An early Christmas treat—Alice and I visited Warner Bros Studio Tour for the second time, to experience “Hogwarts in the Snow”. I took my SLR for this visit, but only my fixed lens. Zoom would have been useful in this context, but there are still plenty of photographs…
The Beatles. Abbey Road. Loved the graffitti, full of stories of how people found the music. Plus lyrics. Cars really hate the pedestrians here.
My first birthday present matches my current Beatle-mania and the fact that I’m still a child <3
The premise of Everlasting Moments grabbed me right away. Maria Larsson finds her “must”, photography, in the midst of war, with 6 children and an abusive husband.
The tears are still drying on my face and I have spent the last half an hour spacing out and returning to it in my mind. This seems as good a time as any to share my feelings about the Harry Potter series; I have just finished my second read through of the books.
It’s 4:30am and I’m awake. All because of a dream.
When I was growing up, The Famous Five was the one series of books that I read over and over again. Even now, I will occasionally go back and read a few of them. I still get a huge kick out of watching them solve their mysteries, and they’re fun to read.