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Striking a Pose

Probably my favourite professional photoshoot of the summer was that for model/actor/wellness specialist, Gamze Seber.  Before returning to her homeland of Turkey, she wanted to update her portfolio for future […]

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Flaneuse on Furlough

I haven’t actually been furloughed as I’m a small business owner and as soon as the virus and the fear hit the UK, my two businesses came to an abrupt […]

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Odyssey in East London

Though my journey to Brick Lane and its environs was back in December when my family were in Florida for Christmas,  it’s actually taken this long and the virus crisis […]

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We Tried To the Very End

On the18th of October, the People’s Vote Movement staged another massive march through the west end of London.  Prior to the march I met up with the Hampstead area contingent […]

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City as Treasure Trove

It’s less than three miles between Mayfair and Camden Town.  Between London’s poshest address and it’s most bohemian is a distance that’s almost walkable.  This is one of the reasons […]

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Time Flies

A few weeks ago the direction of flights into and out of Heathrow Airport in London was reversed so that planes approached from the southwest and took off towards the […]

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The Power of the Personal

It moves me every time I go to an activist event — from the Women’s March to supporting the Palestinian cause to Brexit  (among many others) — and witness the […]

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What Cha Gonna Do?

Given the state of dismay and distrust that constituents feel towards politicians and what sometimes appears to be the contempt with which politicians hold toward the electorate, it isn’t surprising […]

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