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

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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

Photography project – Flower market

I am currently working on a project for university where I have to produce a body of work by the end of the year, I can then extend this further as my major project to be completed by May of next year. I have decided to work on a documentary piece depicting the journey of … Continue reading Photography project – Flower market

Southbank centre street food market

If you happen to be around the Southbank between Friday and Sunday and are struggling to decide where to eat you may want to head towards the Southbank centre's street food market. Whether you are looking for a snack, cooked food, a sweet treat or even just a tipple then there is likely to be … Continue reading Southbank centre street food market

Courtauld gallery @ Somerset house

The Courtauld gallery is situated at the entrance to Somerset house and I have actually walked past it a couple of times without realising the masterpieces that hang within it. The collection of paintings range from early renaissance into the twentieth century and features legendary artists such as Van Gogh, Monet and Gauguin. The collection … Continue reading Courtauld gallery @ Somerset house

Archduke @ Southbank

Situated right in between Waterloo station and the hustle of the Southbank is Archduke cocktail, steak and Jazz restaurant. From the outside it seems like any other steakhouse but inside it feels a lot more upmarket and plusher than the average burger joint. We went to the Archduke on a weekend afternoon and got a … Continue reading Archduke @ Southbank

Imperial war museum

The Imperial war museum in London has been housed in the previous Bethlem hospital since 1936 but has in recent years undergone a £40 million revamp. The museum records the civil and military war effort and sacrifice of Britain and its Empire since 1914 and has some spectacular displays on show. As you enter the … Continue reading Imperial war museum