Until we claim the future with positivity and hope, the past will always be our stumbling block. The story of Robert Aske, The Royal Africa Company, profits from slavery, and how they funded the Haberdashers’ Aske’s schools.
The time is right to unravel the meaning of ‘home’ for our changing times. Why, and how?
In Summer 2019 we had the enormous good fortune to be invited to lunch at The Sportsman at Seasalter. It was a curious accident of fate, it was meant to happen and to reconnect us with dear friends, renew old acquaintances, and it took place a few days after my beloved’s birthday, taking celebration toContinue reading “The Sportsman at Seasalter”
Clarion Call was a large scale sonic artwork along Ipswich Waterfront in October 2018.
I recently took a two-week trip to Bologna. This was a much-needed sustained break after a couple of years of almost non-stop 7 days a week work. One of the down sides of being restless and creative is
There is a large house in Lewisham which for all the world looks like a cake – a cake smothered in brightly coloured icing.
A time-lapse look at living in London, and how clean air is definitely a hot issue.
How stunning are these images? The photographer Franck Bohbot has brilliantly captured the classic movie palaces of southern California … and what palaces they were! Wow – see the original pictures here.
This GIF is inspirational in the simple way that it demonstrates why public transport is better for the environment, and also for us as human beings undertaking a daily commute.
Street art excites controversy. To some street art is graffiti, something unwanted, an attack on the urban fabric and their sense of safety within it. To others street art is a means of expression, of enlivening and humanising urban spaces, introducing humour, colour and passion.