As things heat up some might be looking to go under water to cool down. Go on, take a deep dive. This talk by Dr. Robin DiAngelo… Read more “Go under water”
I’m usually one for silver linings to dark clouds. I’m also someone who has worked in the digital space for 20+ years. I know that ‘clean, streamlined… Read more “Be future friendly”
War has become a metaphor much-used by politicians in recent weeks – ‘the battle against this deadly virus‘. It looks more and more like a sad hangover… Read more “Awakening”
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… Read more “The Sportsman at Seasalter”
Laugharne, Saundersfoot, Waterwynch, Tenby, Manorbier, Caldey Island, Stackpole Quay, Barafundle Bay, St David’s … names redolent of the Pembrokeshire coast of Wales. Coastlines are fascinating spaces. The… Read more “Coasts”
It’s a commonly held view that the world is hurtling through change at a breakneck pace. That our increasingly globalised culture is being changed by technological disruption… Read more “Market ecologies”
This dish is a favourite, and one I must have at least once or twice in June. It’s never quite the same when you have it in… Read more “Aromatic, warming, Lamb Curry”
Really?! Yes. Look at it this way. Humankind has been throwing things into rivers for thousands of years – rubbish, talismans or coins, items which accidentally fall… Read more “The History of a City is Rubbish”
I love London. It’s verticality is either a thing of beauty, or a curse. There are many views, some of which I visit in this photo essay.
India is truly amazing – a land of ideas, energy, action and inspiration.