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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...
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)...
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...
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...
In my previous post I explored the more natural side of the north of England. Places like the Lake District and Malham Cove made an appearance but that's barely scratching the surface. North of E...
Hey guys, just wanted to say thank you to everyone who took the time out of their undoubtedly busy schedule to check out my blog. It honestly means a lot :) I was actually thinking about the conc...
It's crazy how a change of scenery can influence your thinking and become a catalyst for new ideas. Waking up every morning, surrounded by nature, without any professional obligations is a situat...
A few days ago I was invited to the Topman store in Knightsbridge to sample their ‘THIS IS TAILORING’ collection and start my personal summer a few weeks earlier than expected. In keeping with ta...
Everyone should have a role model, someone whose character and achievements you admire. For me that person is Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin and all round crazy guy who does not like to a...
Following on from my previous post I had a lot of nice pictures left over so instead of letting them go to waste I decided to extend the article and showcase the range of photos you can take usin...
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...
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...
Every time I visit Italy my train passes Bologna and I just can't help but jump out, even for a couple of hours. Bologna boasts a one of a kind atmosphere that's hard to replicate, even with othe...
Let me introduce you to one of my favourite words - Sonder. Sonder is the realisation that each person is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friend...
Following on from my previous ASOS street style post, Miles and I delved further into Shoreditch and then onto Exchange House in Liverpool St to really bring the lookbook together. With autumn we...
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...
After several months of solitude and introspection I've come to the realisation that nature doesn't make mistakes. Have you ever seen a badly designed tree or a misshapen cloud? Everything is unf...
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...

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