My evening, and every other this week, has been spent packing up my room with a glass of wine in hand because, as every student knows, it's time to move again. I've been MIA for the past year because of a variety of reasons, namely because I chose to focus my entire attention on my… Continue reading Moving On
This is the first week that I've managed to read during my commute. Before now I found watching people getting on with their day far too compelling, not that the novelty of London has worn off in any way. I still get excited when there's a seat free right at the front of the bus.… Continue reading Week Three
The tale of a zealous student's first interview for an extremely exciting and promising industry job. At last things have been happening. A month of unfruitful emails and tentative flat searches passed before anything happened. I got one response offering an interview but unfortunately they 'found our new Studio Assistant' before I had the chance to… Continue reading On the move
Now, I would blog about the house I live in, but then people would see where I live. It seems the stereotype of dingy student housing, every surface piled high with washing up and beer cans, doesn't seem quite so character and memory building when you're living in it. But a few weeks ago I had the… Continue reading ‘Life, People & Friendly Cats’
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.