I’ve never seen myself as the type of person that follows those food & dieting fads. To be honest, I’ve always eaten what I wanted and (I thought) it was never a problem for me. That was until I watched a documentary called “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” on Netflix over Christmas. Then my perception … Continue reading Joining the Juice Revolution
South Africa is a special place. Before I had the chance to go, I’d imagined what it might be like. I imagined the wildlife, the food, the people… But nothing quite compares to when you experience it all first hand.
So what’s the point in all this? It’s obvious that I’m far from perfect- none of us are, right? But by accepting that, I often wonder whether I’m achieving anything. Does accepting you have flaws mean you’re well on your way to a path of self acceptance, confidence and perfect personhood? Well, the short answer is no. The long answer requires a more detailed explanation.
I’ve always loved Paris. There’s something mysterious about the city. Sure, there are the obvious tourist spots, but there’s a quietness and beauty about Paris when perusing through the smaller side streets. I was lucky with the weather nearer the end of my trip, with clear blue skies bringing about a lightness to my step that I hadn’t felt in dreary London for a while.
I shot this series on 35mm film. Marrakech is a beautiful city, and we explored every inch. This is just a small part of what I experienced while there.