A Ten Point Manifesto for London’s Trendiest New High-End Eatery

A Ten Point Manifesto for London’s Trendiest New High-End Eatery Our manifesto embodies our commitment to lead the dining revolution by exposing the public to alternative avenues of perception and to question the very foundations of the dining experience. This establishment has absolutely no intention of serving food that fulfils arbitrary criteria such as visual…

A History of the Future (Part 1)

          The Oxford Society Press History of the World Chapter 24  “North America in nuclear ruin: an introduction” Surprisingly, it wasn’t until the latter half of Trump’s second presidential term that the United States found itself engaged in an irredeemably devastating and entirely one sided thermo-nuclear altercation. With the luxury of hindsight,…

Only little people pay tax

It’s been somewhat of an eventful time as of late, culminating in an appointment and discussion with my neurologist about how we would move forward with a treatment plan for my Multiple Sclerosis. When he commended my level headedness through the process so far – from my initial bout with a sixth annular nerve palsy and speculative…

London Street Art Ultra Gallery Pt. 1

As all my blasted luck would have it; while we were holidaying in Greece, I noticed a dull pain developing behind my right eye as well as a slight blur in vision. To cut a long story short, and after a visit to Moorfields Eye Hospital as soon as we got back to Blighty, I am currently…

Everybody needs a hobby

Sometimes beautiful, often puerile, but always interesting, I have been photographing the street-art around London for a couple of years now and I’m constantly surprised by the ingenuity and originality shown by artists across the city. We went to Brick Lane at the weekend and I decided to use the visit as an opportunity to…

Brick Lane Mega-Gallery Pt. 2

Here are the street art pieces we saw on our trip to Brick Lane last weekend. I will say nothing more and let the work speak for itself… again.  

Brick Lane Mega-Gallery Pt. 1

Here are the street art pieces we saw on our trip to Brick Lane last weekend. I will say no more and let the work speak for itself.

Don’t forget, you’re here forever

Anyone familiar with the popular animated TV show, The Simpsons, might remember this sign from the episode And Maggie Makes Three. I quickly whipped up a replica sign in Photoshop and put it on the wall in-front of my work colleague’s desk as a goof, because that’s the kind of thing you do when you’re…

A free lunch

There is no such thing as a free lunch is an all too common phrase heard around this particular corner of the world that we call home. Nothing ever advertised as “free” is truly without some attached cost, and (directly or not) you will always find yourself paying-up in the end.  When the tradition of the free lunch began…

Citizen, remain vigilant 

The terrorist threat level in the United Kingdom has recently been raised to Severe, meaning that there is high likelihood of a terrorist attack in the immediate future. Since the British Government initiated the launch of air missions against the Islamic State in Syria, living in London feels a lot like living in the centre…