It’s A Beautiful Life. Acrylic paint on wooden board. This post is about my Senior Project for Richmond University. It’s from 3 years ago, but recently I’ve been doing a lot of wondering and debating over both medical things (the good ol’ NHS) and also aspects of sharing with social media. Looking at this, I […]
I’ve posted a new times about the rather negative (if not also amusing) experience I’ve had with the NHS in recent months. As much as the NHS drives me up the wall, I have to admit I wholeheartedly believe in the idea of a National Health System. Especially because yes, they may have let me […]
It’s been 9 months since that fateful running adventure where I fractured my foot, did extensive soft tissue damage, and basically ruined my life. Since January I’ve managed to get out of my cast, learned to walk, done a lot of physical therapy, gradually built up hours of yoga, and swam more than 20k. I’ve […]
“To have a sacred place is an absolute necessity for anybody today. You must have a room or a certain hour of the day or so, where you do not know who your friends are, you don’t know what you owe anybody or what they owe you. This is a place where you can simply […]
Here’s a selection of type faces found while wandering around Greenwich this morning- both from the streets, the Cutty Sark, and also the National Maritime museum!
In what I assure you has been a truly strange week, I’ve been to two immersive theatre productions of Kafka’s writing. Last Friday I went to Fourth Monkey’s “Project Colony” in East India Quay, and last night, on the very enthusiastic recommendation of a friend, I went to see Retz’s “The Trial” at various locations […]
The Bethnal Green disaster was the worst civilian disaster in World War II. At 8:17pm on the 3rd of March 1943, a test alarm of air-raid sirens went off and anti-aircraft rockets were fired. Civilians surged into Bethnal Green tube station to shelter from the potential bombs. At the time, the station was not finished […]