0   34
1   46
9   58
2   38
4   52
1   38
1   53
3   55

No Signal & No People

My experience spending the night in a Bothy. Something I had never even heard of up until a couple of weeks ago, when I made the decision to stay in one overnight for the purpose of a documentary myself and my team were shooting. What is a bothy you ask? Well, a bothy (in Scotland) is described as a small hut or cottage, used to home farm labourers or for the use of mountain refuge. Or, in our case, a home for the night in the middle of the wilderness. After weeks of preparation and planning into the routes we…

View Post

Homemade Guacamole Recipe

As we are coming into Spring, some of my all time favourite things to eat are what I like to call “picky foods”. Whether this be hummus and pitta, fajitas, fruit salads, rice dishes etc. I often find myself in the Spring and Summer months never really eating proper meals, and instead snacking and picking at random homemade dishes, often thrown together with whatever I have available. Due to the current climate and having to keep indoors (we should all be making a conscious effort to self-isolate unless completely necessary), I have found so much more time to dedicate to…

View Post

Let It Beet: Iceland Edition

Let it beet! Aka, a post dedicated to my favourite vegan spot in Reykjavik, Iceland. An introduction to Gló. During my time in Iceland, I was a meat-eater. However, like everyone should, I was making a conscious effort to eat less meat, and choose regular veggie options. For the first couple of days I thought grabbing my own options at the supermarket would be easier due to the language barrier and not doing enough research beforehand into the best vegan restaurants. Luckily, I came across Gló. …and I’m so sad it only exists in Iceland. But, if you are planning…

View Post

Canada Summarised in Ten Images

View Post

Starting a Business at Twenty

I finished High School in 2014. I went to prom, completed my GCSE’s and went to results day. *Most* of the people I was surrounded by during school were fine with the idea of exams, didn’t stress and most of the time, were over the moon with their results giving them a ticket into their next stage in life. This wasn’t quite the case with me. I found the last two years of high school particularly hard and for a while, I couldn’t quite understand why. Throughout years 7, 8 and 9 I enjoyed school, loved spending time with my…

View Post

Best Photography Locations in the UK: Lake District Edition

The very best of the Lake District, summed in one blog post. I am very lucky to of had the upbringing I did, and something that I will be forever grateful for – is the location I spent a large proportion of my childhood. The Lake District. Known across the world for it’s stunning views and spectacular scenery – I thought it was only right I shared a few of my favourite photography spots I have gathered together over the years, with you. Ullswater With the second biggest lake in the Lake District, Ullswater is truly stunning – especially during…

View Post