Over the past couple of years my activity here has gotten slower and slower, and for good reason. I’ve been shifting my focus into something further astray from blogging but still on a similar creative wavelength: photography.
I’ve been working hard to try and extend my passion into a career path and with that I’ve totally rebranded to allow myself more freedom and more professionalism.
You can see my work on my portfolio here or follow me on Insta or Twitter.
But, life is quite circular and I’ve ended up falling back in love with blogging, but under a new URL. If you’d like to visit me there, I’d be eternally grateful. Of course, leave your blog links/Bloglovin’ links below and I’ll be sure to follow you back.
My new home can be found by following this link. I hope to see you there.
In the last couple of weeks I’ve had the opportunity to work with a few people active on the Manchester grime and hip hop scene: NinjaTea, George Lucid and Nat James. This is a montage of some of the footage I’ve filmed during our photoshoots.
If anything, this was initially a list of resources that I had compiled to remind myself of the ways in which I could make money, but I’ve decided to share it as I feel as though it might be beneficial to people other than myself.
As a student, I know the struggle of both trying to get by with and without a job and how extra disposable cash is always appreciated. I know as well as you do that time is precious, however, and that searching the web for “how to make money quickly” and the likes of is often pointless and time consuming. If you have anything that could be added to this list, or you can vouch for anything already here, let me know in the comments. This list is going to be regularly updated so it might be an idea to bookmark it now and refer to it as time goes on.
Continue reading Making Money: For Students
“To the Bone” is a new Netflix original film – starring the likes of Lily Collins and Keanu Reeves – and has been met with mixed reviews. Many critics have claimed that the film glamourises eating disorders (EDs) and the film has received backlash regarding this.
However, I genuinely disagree with this perspective. I don’t believe that EDs are at all romanticised within the film but rather the harsh reality which concerns them is focused on. If anything, it is a story that promotes the concept of recovery and has the ability to start an honest conversation about mental illness and eating disorders that the mainstream media fail to explore in the depth that it deserves. Continue reading To the Bone; why I disagree with the critics.
Back and forth for a while. Don’t grow to expect my posts regularly any time soon, but I hope it’s a pleasant surprise when you do.