Places, much like people, have the risk of being tainted with a bad image. It's not until you actively seek to explore and understand the truth, that you can position your own opinion on it or them. It can be an enlightening process. This is why I'm starting a new blog series called "A Whisper … Continue reading A Whisper In… | Harlow
As I write this post I am sat in my pyjamas, fully refreshed from a day of gorging on food and alcohol. My belly weighs double it's weight, and my mind is lighter from the worry a day of such indulgence does not allow. The exhaustion from a long Christmas Eve shift in retail has … Continue reading My First Christmas As An ‘Adult’.
Depending what circles you find yourself in, you would not be judged believing Art was dead. You may spark a long form debate which might ultimately lead to a fruitless and frustrating conclusion, but you wouldn’t be totally wrong. Art has long been under threat from governments, from overt industrialists and ignorant oppositionists who fight … Continue reading The Nerdwriter: Fighting To Keep Art Alive In A Sceptical World.
Four years ago I performed one of the most important performances of my life. Why was it so important? Because it was my Year 12 final performance, but more than that it was the first performance of my acting and social progression of its kind. It was intense, it was challenging and completely out of … Continue reading The Power of Acting and Returning To School