Hanging out with my older neighbours made me a nicer person, so I passed on the wisdom in this post.
Check out these words I wrote for The Malcontent on how we need to change the way we talk about disability.
Whilst the Barbican’s recent retrospective seemed an authoritative survey of what we understand as pop, the Tate Modern’s new exhibition The World Goes Pop salutes its Western-centric focus… And runs away from it.
Whilst you await with baited breath for my next travel instalments, revel in this piece I wrote for The Debrief on the not so sexy parts of travelling alone…
In such a melting pot of experiences, backgrounds and aspirations, it’s little wonder that imposter syndrome is increasingly common at universities. Is it that much a surprise that being confused and overwhelmed should translate into anxiety about whether
“Welcome to the play, I am the jellyfish of sound” It’s not the most conventional of welcomes to a play, but then Pigdog are not a conventional company, and the venue for tonight – Theatre N16, based in
“I wanted to do this by myself, and my choice received widespread support from friends and family. Crowdfunding needs that support; you need to be able to ask for help.” An interview I conducted with a successfully crowdfunded
This is a guide to social media for students that I wrote for EdAid as part of the pre-launch content strategy I oversaw. It is published in full on EdAid’s Medium page
A lot of beauty and a little bit of history, with some kayaking and food on the side.
A whole new world, with extra motorbikes and scooters. Women’s museum, Temple of Literature, peaceful lakes and local delicacies.