This is by far the hardest post I have had to write, mainly as I know that the words I tie together into sentences will do no justice to what I want to tell you about. Regardless of this I have decided to tell you about Pamela James, my grandmother who died this week at … Continue reading The words we tie together in tribute
Yesterday, in the room I used to call my world in my parents house I found a box. It was a box I packed away on the eve of my graduation from university all those years ago and had not touched it since. In it was nothing but photographs; arty shots I took long before … Continue reading A Box of Photographs
Mantra is a funny word, to some it conjures up the wizened gurus of old, to others it's hippies who have just come back from another juicefast and yoga retreat in the Hamptons. The word mantra originates from India, which is the place where I first encountered the idea behind the word. The word has … Continue reading Modern Day Mantra
So here's to another year gone by, without a doubt 2014 has been the best of my life (so far). With the compilation of moving in to my own little place in the Cotswolds, my photography really taking off and well just about everything else you could think of going rather swimmingly. Anyway, I will … Continue reading My 2014 – 12 months, 12 songs
It's that time of year again. This year has been a year of great adventures and days to never forget, which has resulted in a rather crazy concoction of music. Who knows what 2014 will hold and don't forget to subscribe to not miss out on anything else. So turn up the volume and I'll … Continue reading My 2013 – 12 months, 12 songs
The title kind of says it all but for the sake of blogging I will elaborate. So after a few months of pestering and pandering the people who own the shop below the office in the Cotswolds that I work in, they have allowed me to take over the space for a few weeks. I … Continue reading I have a Shop!
My story of this story began eight years before I even went to India. Shantaram is a novel, inspired by true events, that tells the story of the author's incredible life starting with an almost unbelievable escape from a prison in Australia to him trying to build some sort of a life in the slums … Continue reading Shantaram: My own little epic
So here I am again, high in the Himalayas in what can only be described as the United Nations town of Dharamsala. Those of you who are regular readers will know that this place is my home from home; a paradise that feeds the soul. I am out here for a myriad of reasons but … Continue reading I’ve got my ticket for the long way round