So what do you do? I stared at the young lad who had come to rent my camera and my mind struggled for a few seconds. It was the first time I’d been asked that question by a total stranger since graduating from university. I find myself in a position difficult to describe; on one…Read more What Do You Do?
Before flying off to Malta and in the middle of election madness, I had the opportunity to film an event held by Innovation Forum. It is an international organisation which encourages business entrepreneurship. This event was focussed on bridging the gap between academia and enterprise with a panel of experts offering their words of wisdom.…Read more Innovation Forum
It's never a good sign when you can't remember the last blog post you wrote. A lot has happened since then. We had an election in the UK and as I was part of ITV's current affairs team, we were making documentaries on the leader of each political party. It was an amazing six weeks…Read more A Whole Summer Later…
After typing over 6000 words today, I have no idea why I have decided to write a post as I sit here eating a well-earned bowl of spaghetti bolognese. Well, it wasn't 6000 words of coursework or anything that required too much thinking, but 6000 words of logging. You should know what logging is from previous…Read more Let’s Type a Bit More
It was done. With a click of the mouse, I'd paid off the final installment of my university tuition fees. I looked around for a crowd of applauding fans but the room was as usual empty, save for the three mugs and two water bottles I'd accumulated on my bookshelves over the past few days…Read more Beating the 9K
Last Saturday, I was happy to take part in something called London's Community Impact Project which is a student initiative to tackle issues like homelessness. Students from universities across Central London came together to hold an event for the homeless. The event was held above Temple Station in Central London, which aimed to provide key…Read more London Community Impact Project
Over the past week, I have had this phrase hurled, flung, smirked, and smiled at me. You're next! They say mischievously and alas, events have proven to show that to some extent this statement is now true. My second eldest brother's wedding took place over the weekend and as the whole family inhales, taking a…Read more You’re Next!