I just got back from a week in Kefalonia with my family. None of us had really done a shamelessly lazy beach holiday before. We’re usually more of a ‘cultural city break’ bunch; you know, the kind of high pace holiday where you come home needing a holiday to recover from your holiday. So we were intrigued to see whether we’d get bored, or adjust effortlessly to a life of no effort.[Read more…] about Life’s a Beach
A couple years ago I started a new little side-hobby making videos and sticking em on YouTube. Completely by accident I find myself suddenly with 43,000 views and 250 subscribers (and only 38 dislikes!).[Read more…] about I guess I’m a YouTuber now. Huh!
I made a little promo video for my friends at Docker Brewery and Bakehouse. They are based down on Folkestone’s Harbour Arm. We wanted to capture the sights and sounds of the sourdough baking process, so I headed down there at 5am on a couple of mornings and tried to stay out of their way in the narrow space of their shipping container while my camera rolled.[Read more…] about Another Freshly Baked Video
Last weekend was Cheriton Light Festival, a biennial public art event staged by Strange Cargo. It is an opportunity for the local residents to reclaim their highstreet from traffic, and to be instead transported by a variety of magical, luminescent artworks.[Read more…] about Cheriton Light Festival 2018
The Folkestone Triennial is pretty extraordinary. I wanted to point that out to any locals who may underestimate its calibre, and its sensitivity and pertinence to the past, present and future of our particular town. I also wanted to give some direct insight and context to outsiders who may be undecided about whether it’s worth their time to jump on a train and spend a day exploring Folkestone.[Read more…] about Folkestone Triennial 2017: My Breakneck Breakdown!