It was refreshing to return back to Berlin, where over the years, the city has gained an incredible individualistic reputation, a place to be, create and live. Ten years on from my initial visit, my new exploration of Berlin somewhat changed my previous perspective of the city. Yes, the city is soaked with history, oozing … More Berlin Round 2
I recently wrote an article about the beauty behind Street Art and what a powerful artistic medium it is; what it can symbolise, and the impact it has on a place, for the magazine and label, Public Pressure. In particular I look at; Bristol, Prague, Varanasi and Malacca in Malaysia. Read it by clicking this.
Iceland is most definitely a unique country. My father once told me, “the more you travel, the more places look the same”, which annoyingly is true. I find myself comparing places, scenery and landscapes to previous destinations I have visited. Maybe it is because humans crave the familiar, maybe it is because I really do … More Chasing Waterfalls in Iceland
Bristol conquers the south west. Destroying any perception of the west country to be only full of combined harvester driving, cider drinking locals, any who visit Bristol soon realise that this is not the case. Bristol, surrounded by aromatic country side and sweeping country lanes, is a hive of culture, music and art. It hosts … More Banksy’s Bristol
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