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Goodbye Cambridge

Hello everyone! I just got back from the adorable Cambridge!

This is just a brief update, to share with you my “first impression” of this extremely surprising place. 69 more words

Diary

My Hometown: The Leicester Mercury

There’s a certain penchant for tenacity you acquire growing up in the rambunctious but sinister streets of Southwark. A burgeoning educated middle class is blossoming undaunted by the poverty and cultural diversity that established one of South East London’s most multicultural hotspots. 693 more words

Culture

Ahoj Praha..

Okay. How can I convey the general scared of madness that has been happening over the last days. Well, let’s just say that I had a failed driving test at the traffic lights of doom; that we maniacally managed to tidy up all of our flat; that I actually went out after dark and came home at night for my end of work party; that I am finally going home; that I don’t remember how home works; that I’m saying farewell to a magical place and some excellent people… London isn’t a patch on this place in many ways, and yet, it’s (it was) definitively MY place. 317 more words

Immigration

The hills are alive...on the Isle of Mull! (Part 2)

Because of of the abundant series of events that happened on the Isle of Mull, I wrote a 3000+ word recount of the experience, which you can… 984 more words

Travel

Repton Boxing Club, Hackney, London

Some finished stills from a commission I worked on back in May at the famous Repton Boxing Club. It is one of the oldest in Britain, founded in 1884. 44 more words

London

Latest high street discounter Pep & Co opens


Pep & Co, the new value fashion retailer by ex-Asda boss Andy Bond opened its first store in Kettering yesterday.
Nearly 10 years ago Bond created Asda’s fashion line George and according to him, there is still room in the market for another player. 139 more words

#retail

Right Click: Show Me The Shard

JUAN FROM SPAIN | Darrin Henry

Here’s our second ‘Right Click’ photography post.

As photographers, every now and again we capture an image where the process behind the ‘click’ is almost more interesting than the photo itself – this is what ‘ 457 more words

City Life