Media networks @ Tate modern

We recently went to visit the media networks exhibition at Tate modern to look at the different ways the artwork is displayed. We will be putting on our own exhibition at university soon and wanted to see if the way in which something is displayed can make an impact on how it is viewed. The … Continue reading Media networks @ Tate modern

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Wagamama and beauty treatments

Last month myself and Jasmin had a long overdue visit to a beauty clinic to use some vouchers that she had bought for my birthday in May. We decided to make an afternoon of it and eat some Japanese food for lunch after our treatments. Nestled away on a little back street around the corner … Continue reading Wagamama and beauty treatments

Getty images gallery

You may have heard of Getty images which is one of the biggest photo agencies around. Many of their photos are featured in the news, sport and editorial sector. Situated a short walk from Oxford Circus station is the Getty images gallery which offers unique access to one of the greatest photographic collections in the … Continue reading Getty images gallery

Photography project – The Red Edition

Looking back at some of the photos I have taken around London and red seems to be the colour that stands out. Along with the telephone box and the post box, the red bus has become an iconic recognised symbol of the city. I thought I would share some of my favourite photos featuring red … Continue reading Photography project – The Red Edition

Ice skating @ Natural History Museum

The winter season is finally upon us and there is no better way to celebrate than with a session of outdoor ice-skating which you can find dotted around London at various sites during the festive period. We made our way to the Natural history museum outdoor skate rink in Kensington which is fairly easy to … Continue reading Ice skating @ Natural History Museum

Chimasu – Asian snack box

Subscription boxes seem to be the thing of the moment, you can get every type from beauty, stationary, food and toys. They are a great way to try a wide selection of things that you may not necessarily purchase individually or even know about and the Chimasu box is no different. I pass Asian supermarkets … Continue reading Chimasu – Asian snack box

Beetles and Huxley gallery

Beetles and Huxley is a gallery space situated in Mayfair and represents a number of influential photographers. We went to visit while Alec Soth, photographer of the career defining project 'Sleeping by the Mississippi' which documents his journey on a number of road trips along the Mississippi river. The gallery is fairly small and intimate … Continue reading Beetles and Huxley gallery

Frankie & Benny’s – The Strand

Frankie and Benny's is described as a New York Italian restaurant and bar and has over 250 branches. The food is a mix between popular American dishes and traditional Italian ones with burgers, pasta and pizza just a few of the options on offer. We decided to pop into Frankie & Benny's restaurant along the … Continue reading Frankie & Benny’s – The Strand

Fair luxury presents @ Goldsmiths’ centre

The Goldsmiths' centre in Farringdon is described as a unique community for design, creativity and craftsmanship. It is a leading charity for professional training and plays host to events, exhibitions, workshops and studio space. I visited after hearing about the Fair luxury responsibly sourced jewellery selling exhibition. As I walked through the entrance I was … Continue reading Fair luxury presents @ Goldsmiths’ centre

Kinky boots – Adelphi theatre

I imagined Kinky boots would be an all singing, all dancing energetic show from the adverts I have seen but I didn't realise the depth of the storyline and the spectrum of emotions it would evoke. Kinky boots tells the story of Charlie Price who is struggling to follow in his fathers footsteps and live … Continue reading Kinky boots – Adelphi theatre