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It's easy to get entrenched in old ideals and stick to the tried and tested but history has shown us time and time again that progress is inevitable. This couldn't be truer with regard to the tec...
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)...
Lets be honest, the sheer act of traveling is a little bit of a hassle. I can never sit by the pool and just put my feet up for a few days but the unpredictable flight schedules, hotels and taxi ...
I would consider myself somewhat of a shutterbug. During my endless mindless wanders I take pictures of things without really thinking about where I'm going to use them in the future. The City of...
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...
With the amount of time I spend in Italy it's actually starting to feel like my second home. This time I actually had a camera with me (pre-accident with the lens) and decided to become a tourist...
I don't know how many of you have this problem but my laptop is filled with multiple gigabytes worth of photos that never see the light of day. Although each post is carefully curated there are h...
Since I decided to spread my wings in London I've been very poor at everyday life things such as keeping in touch with my family so when my mum suggested a surprise visit I was fully supportive o...
Even though I live in one of the busiest cities in the world it's always nice to get a breath of fresh air (literally and figuratively) and venture back to Yorkshire, a county full of history and...
The King's Cross railway station, made famous by Harry Potter and always a source of inspiration to the 50 million people who stroll through it every year. The Western Concourse is Europe’s large...
There's really no excuse for slacking although like most of us mere mortals I too have long bouts of procrastination and end up sitting on gigabytes of unfinished photos and projects. I also tend...
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 ...
Over the last year my totally normal obsession with architecture has really blossomed and to feed this beast I decided to spend a few days in Rome and Barcelona to study how different cultures ca...
Onto the second part of our photography walk (PART 1) where the tall, looming skyscrapers dominate the skyline. The glassy exteriors give the buildings a very cold and distant feel yet serve as a...
Back in August I was invited by Richard Harris to take part in a small photowalk around London. A small group of us met up at Waterloo and our journey took us through numerous boroughs and side s...
In August I went on another little wander with James Brewster, this time it was onto Old Street and the adjacent Barbican Complex. The Barbican Complex is a prominent example of British brutalist...
Last month I had a chance to see off an old mate who was off an whirlwind adventure in Asia and it gave me a chance to return to the city that started it all - Leeds. It hasn't even been a year s...
To the long list of reasons to visit Chicago, which include world-class art, architecture, music, and shopping, add one more: the opportunity to stay in the new Bottega Veneta suite at Park Hyatt...

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