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Life is a beautiful adventure and it would be a shame to waste it on things of little importance. If you're finding yourself surrounded by drama, negative people or useless information, you need ...
Just strolling through Rome left me with an unforgettable experience. When you're surrounded with that much history and culture a little bit of it does rub off on you. When I woke up in my AirBNB...
I'm always a fan of an impromptu photowalk so when Richard Harris invited me to hang with his friends Jess, Jonathon, Ed, Zsuzsa and Koray I jumped at the opportunity. It was literally my first d...
To say the life of a blogger is a busy one would be an understatement. Although this busy life is one of our own making sometimes it gets a little tough juggling professional and social lives on ...
London, it’s over, and it’s not me, it’s you. At what point do we say enough's enough and actually realise we'd rather live in affordable cities? This isn't a 'goodbye' though, this is just a see...
As some of you may have guessed by my recent posts I have finally made the big move to the big smoke after 2.5 fun and exciting years up north in Leeds. My new marketing job has me working with s...
Continuing on from PART 1 of my Eastern European journey I found myself in Western Ukraine. After a sweaty but comfortable 24 hour train ride a whole new part of the country was open for explorat...
In my early photography days I played it safe, taking pictures of buildings and landscapes and simply honing my skills. Over the last few months however I picked up a Canon 7D and a Sigma lens to...
Although London Fashion Week is predominantly a female affair, mens fashion trends can shine through. Most guys make an exception during fashion week as the ‘anything goes’ mentality is often enc...
Before my unexpected move to Shoreditch in the summer I was a happy resident of Camden. I wrote about my fascination with this neighbourhood in some of my past posts such as the one on architectu...
When I was growing up a mobile phone was seen as a luxury. Something only businessmen owned to make important calls overseas. Over the years the line between a phone and a computer has become inc...
It's taken me a while to put another photography post together simply because I've collected such a wealth of material over the past few months I simply did not know where to start. A few weeks a...
At the beginning of last month myself and a few fellow bloggers were invited by Logitech UK to undertake a street art and graffiti tour of Shoreditch / Hoxton and having had an interest in the su...
Another weekend has come and gone and without even noticing, Autumn has slowly crept upon upon us. I hope everyone has had a fun filled summer (I certainly have!) but don't despair as the gloomy ...
Following my Eastern European adventures I was invited to spend a few days in Berlin and seeing as I've never been to Germany before I thought this was a great opportunity to learn about the...
Brutalist architecture is a movement in architecture that flourished in popularity from the 1950s to the mid-1970s. The term originates from the French word for "raw" as béton brut (raw concrete)...
I feel that if you don't live in a big city it's easy to overestimate their vastness. Sure, places like Tokyo or Chicago take a lifetime just to commute through but having lived in London for aro...
There's a saying that goes "the best camera is the one you have with you" and over the last couple of years I've found it to ring true. With advances in lens designs and processor speeds it's now...