I’m guilty of it. I bet you’re guilty of it too. In fact, I’m doing it right now. There’s no doubt that our phones have become this century’s biggest accessory. While we often associate this addiction to technology with the younger generation, I actually think the older generation is just as guilty. In a series...Read More
Over the last 10-15 years we have seen an exponential advance in technology, which is only set to rise further with the introduction of driverless cars and robotic systems in our homes. I got my first mobile phone when I was 13. It was a Nokia 3210 and I was overjoyed. I could text...Read More
With my best friend’s wedding looming and the weather set to look less than perfect, it has only further commented what I ultimately always knew…you can never plan anything in England; even a wedding in August! That being said, just because the sun isn’t shining doesn’t mean the rain needs to put a dampener on...Read More
On any given night in London there is something going on; fashion events, swanky parties, high powered networking, exhibitions, showcases and performances, and so the list goes on still. We are a city which celebrates both the old and the new, a city which encourages expression from its inhabitants and seeks to inspire. From the...Read More
“Everything starts as somebody’s daydream” The sensation of daydreaming is something we’ve all experienced. Whether it be through worry or fantasising, it allows us to escape from the task at hand. “Snap out of it”, shrieked the teachers at school as we stared hazy eyed out the window. “Excuse me, the queue has moved”, says...Read More
This week I stumbled across a series of photographs by Maud Fernhout tackling the issues that men face expressing emotion and the shame women feel for their laughter – being beautifully shot and accompanied by the words of each subject, it successfully presents the issue in a way that cannot be ignored and deserve to...Read More
I know this is a bit late, but the bombings that occurred in Brussels last week made me flinch and grind my teeth with anger. This is not how Belgium should become a household place name, it’s not how people should hear of Brussels or see its architecture, beauty and culture. I’m sad to see...Read More
“A picture is worth a thousand words” – it’s corny but it’s true. Pictures have always been special to me, as I child and even now, I have had this fascination with them. I’ve lost count of the hours I’ve spent rifling through albums and boxes that belong to my mother, her mother and her...Read More
“What Vogue did made sense to me because it dealt with fantasy and the magical. As I studied its archive I started really to understand photography.” – Tim Walker Fantasy and magic, two words that succinctly describe the publishing juggernaut that is Vogue. From young girls dreamily escaping real life through its glossy pages to...Read More
“Annie Leibovitz captures women in all our human variety and idiosyncrasy, simplicity and artifice, bravery and fear, creativity of mind as well as womb; in other words, in all our humanity. No notion as limited as gender can account for all the truths in this exhibit.” – Gloria Steinem There aren’t many people that could...Read More
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