I’ve Finished My Degree!

The three years of hard work is over…

I will be graduating with First Class Honours of my combined degree of Geography and Media & Communications. 

In addition to this… 

I have been awarded The Department of Media & Communication Prize for the Best Performing Student in Media for the academic year 2016-17.

The celebrating will begin in Paris and end at graduation! 




Photography: Blue Skies Band [June 2016]

I’ve been volunteered to be my local villages photographer while the local festival is underway to make funds to go towards the church and a local hospice charity. Week two and my Dad and his band played in the church. Here is a handful of my photographs I’m pretty proud with from the night.


To my followers: As a side note, I have a big project currently in the works which I’m dedicating all my time towards, so apologies for the lack of posting since my return from Japan. But I plan to upload more photography up from the Trip and start my reviews and articles again when I can. Twitter and Instagram are still pretty active though, if you want to be nosey and see how I’m progressing creatively.

Japan 2016!

I’ve been away for over a month, but I’ve had a good reason! I’ve spent three weeks in Japan and I’ve finally put together this video to share with you. I posted daily while in Japan on instagram, so more pictures are there to look at and with more detail of what we got up to.

My Swiss Valentines

After last year valentines surprise I didn’t know how he was going to top it. After a month apart at Christmas I was excited for what he said he had in store for me. I knew he was going to take me away somewhere. My only clue was to ‘wrap up warm.

Friday, I find myself at the airport. Passport and boarding pass in my hand for Geneva. He was taking me to Switzerland. My Dad was so jealous.

We arrived at Geneva in the morning, then got on a two hour train journey to Leuk. From Leuk we got a bus to Leukerbad where our hotel was based. We stayed at the Hotel Bristol, which had a spa for us to use as much as we liked. There was a steam room, sauna and a heated outside pool. Swimming in the pool and sitting in the hot tubs was a magical experience as snow began to fall around us. The view was beautiful and the mountains looked very impressive.

We spent most of our time relaxing at the spa and going to local restaurants to try out their food. It was a lovely mini-break away from the UK. We came back on the Monday to normality. My second valentine over. I still miss the landscape and the snow. How my boyfriend will top next year I will never know, but he knows how to spoil me.

I hope everyone who is with someone had a great valentine celebration, but also to those of you who don’t had a fantastic Single Awareness Day.

More photographs are on my instagram