Although my interests have largely shifted from art to design in the last few years I still have a deep appreciation for art, plus I now only live a stone's throw away from the Tate Modern so it seemed rude not to visit. As a follow on from my confession that my head has in… Continue reading Tate Date
The first morning felt like a dream, not only because it had been a long time since I'd been up at 6 am but because that was the first day of my career as an interior designer. Bleary-eyed I got dressed, in an outfit I'd planned the night before, grabbed my bag, which I'd packed the… Continue reading Week One
Not that I need much of an excuse to travel into London, the home of all things interesting, but the opening of a new Drop Dead store seemed as good a reason as any. London is the perfect place to see the old and the new rub shoulders. Whether you like classical Palladian inspired architecture… Continue reading DD
So one good thing about having practicing and passionate lecturers is that they really have their finger on the pulse of the design world, they know all the trade shows and events coming up. It's becoming ever more apparent that to be successful in this industry you need inspiration coming from all angles, for this… Continue reading SDS17
I recently had the pleasure of exploring Shoreditch for the first time, and what a trendy town it is. Bursting with interesting little crevices, there was plenty of opportunities to capture interesting textures, colours and shapes while making my way to the Junkyard Golf Club.
Moving home for the summer can be exciting but unfortunately you'd be naive to think that your summer there will in any way mirror the previous. You soon learn the hard way that people move on with their lives; people you once called friends are now preoccupied in new relationship, busy working, off travelling or plain… Continue reading Wonky Wivenhoe