This is post #1 of 1 in the series “Photography Website” I always toy with the idea of using sponsored posts on this personal blog (although I know I sometimes stick Amazon links in when I’m talking about specific books… Continue Reading
So there’s been lots of discussion on domestic violence and shelters this week and last. I see so many comments comparing women and men’s domenstic violence and by extension the amount of beds available men and women in refuges. The… Continue Reading
A disproportionately high number of my friends work in the STEM subjects. I also have a disproportionately high number of friends who are feminists. My social circle at the moment feels a bit like this. But with WAY MORE OVERLAP… Continue Reading
In 2005 Google launched its brilliant Reader service. It pulled in the RSS feeds from your favourite websites and displayed them all in an convenient and easy to read format on one page. When you scrolled past something it marked it… Continue Reading
Before I transfer my website to a new provider, I thought I’d just leave here a selection of my ‘front page’ photos from Profound Decisions events.
Just a few shots that I’m putting here for… reasons. Kudos to Bill Thomas and the Empire Set Dressing Crew.
They’re genuinely beautiful portraits (and, I really love that natural light) but as well as the inevitable sadness in me from what they’ve had to suffer through, I can’t help but feel a frustration that these pictures are all of… Continue Reading
I’m still five months away from turning thirty. It happens next April, I’m spending a week in Paris with University and then Adam to mark that I’ve managed to survive thirty years without too many bumps and scrapes. I frequently have… Continue Reading
This might sound like a strange title for a post. After all, I do make my living from writing and I’m also doing very well in a subject that involves lots of writing at university. I know we’re all supposed… Continue Reading
This is post #1 of 1 in the series “Independent Study Module” So I’d previously decided that I wanted to study photography and self portraits for my independent study module as part of my undergraduate degree. I’ve changed my mind.… Continue Reading