Category: Feature

Drones join the fight against marine plastics

It’s one of Britain’s rare piping hot days; the sun is beating down and the Simpson-like clouds are floating majestically through a piercing blue sky. Widemouth Bay in North Cornwall is one of the many places across the UK where people, encouraged by the thermometer breaking into the mid teens, flood to on days like ...

An underappreciated profession (2)

Getting gigs as a musician is no mean feat and in an industry where there is always someone ready to fill your boots, there is very little ground to stand on as a musician fighting for a livelihood. What is worse is that many agencies or managers that claim to represent these people, are often exploiting their members' talent ...

An underappreciated profession

It’s Wednesday night… Set in the bustling heart of Hoxton, Tory Bar’s neon orange lights draw people, like moths to a flame, towards one of London’s best-kept secrets that offers some of uk’s best freelance musicians a place to come and play on their own terms. Looking through the windows into the bar however, the ...

Futuristic racing coming to London

Racing drones are taking the world by storm and in June 2017, the final of the World Drone Racing League is coming to London

The end of the fourth estate as a check on executive power

The next few years will see whether 2016 marked the moment when the great Fourth Estate allowed itself to be neutered by the executive and pushed over the precipice of irrelevance. Whereas under the previous law the authorities were obliged to tell the journalist there data was being looked at, this is no longer the ...

Yachting World

After my first year studying journalism I was fortunate enough to be offered a few weeks work experience at one of the world's leading yachting magazines, Yachting World. Although my time at the magazine mostly consisted of organising their digital platforms I did manage to write a few articles which can be found by following ...

The Contrarian Magazine

The link below will lead you to one of my university projects - The Contrarian Magazine. As the old saying goes; do not judge a book by its cover, rather approach it with an open mind and with the understanding that my group and I were trying to do something a little bit different! Trying to come ...