One day last summer, Dad (aka Chairman of the village hall) called upon my help for advertising the hall and trying to get more people interested in using the hall for events. Of course I said yes, not only would this help with my portfolio of work (when I was still looking for media based … Continue reading Mamma mia here we go again…..
Hello and welcome to my brand new site! You may be confused why I'm calling it brand new when there are posts from all the way back in 2014! Well it's called back dating 🙂 I figured I needed a space where I could keep all my work in one place and voila here it … Continue reading What’s the Frequency Kenneth?
The Boy with the Violin, a documentary produced for the BBC World Service is essentially a journey of discovery. Setting off on a mission to find a boy photographed in the war evacuating with only his violin case, this quest brings about more of a story of the countries unrest and effect on the people … Continue reading Contextual Analysis – The Boy with the Violin (BBC World Service 21st November 2011)
All the way up in the highlands of Scotland, lies a small village called Dervaig. For a while this was home and I was accepted into a part of their community. This community stand beside one another through good times and bad and when a problem occurs, a solution almost always arises through the love … Continue reading Row around Mull: Behind the Oars
So around about this time last year, I made the realisation of what I enjoy to do and where to start heading with my life. After completing a 3 year course specialising in Television studies, my last project taught me that my heart lies with sound. After enjoying recording, producing and editing audio whilst at … Continue reading The Story Behind “The Spirit of The Tour of Mull”
So it's come to the time where I need to start thinking seriously about my masters!!! Over the last couple of days I have trawled the internet and applied for every scholarship, bursary and a loan to help cover the costs! Most have asked me to write about myself and sell myself or provide reasoning … Continue reading Money Money Money, Always funny in a rich man’s world
Since going on my travels, the yearn to go further and to more places is strong. The peace that comes with the drifting of going from place to place with no rush for anything is so enjoyable and it's so nice to relax and just go wherever your feet and mind take you. I've just … Continue reading The rumble strip clack and the rattling frame beat out a pulse on his head. The engine hums, a humble tune, a melody of rubber and lead