Leave This Page Blank On Purpose

Regular blog-watchers will know I’m currently struggling with a book I bought by Keri Smith called Wreck This Journal. I can’t bring myself to wreck it so I am creatively interpreting the instructions… Continue reading

Ghost Signs of Albany

Last summer I stopped off in Albany in between NYC and Lake Placid. The mall had strangled much of the life of the town centre but there was still the modernist wonderland that… Continue reading

Wreck That Journal: Stamp Page

I recently got hold of a copy of ¬†book called Wreck That Journal. Each page offers you instructions on filling or destroying the page. The problem I have is that I don’t want… Continue reading

Birdie Journal Page

I’ve got back into journaling in a big way for 2015. This is a journal page inspired by a robin that came to live in our front garden over Christmas. I’m enjoying the… Continue reading

Ghost Signs of New York

In the process of writing Fading Ads of London¬†my hunt for ghost signs did not stop at the fringes of the capital. I photographed fading adverts wherever I went and last year I… Continue reading

My Bullet Journal 2015

Inspired by a blog post by Ree Ree Rockette and some other ideas I’ve found on Pinterest I decided to try and organise myself this year with a bullet journal. For the cost… Continue reading

Miami Art Deco: A Photo Tour

After booking on Yannick Pucci’s London Art Deco Tour I dug out some of my old photographs from the Art Deco hotels in Miami. Being fair of skin, I got horrifically sunburnt on… Continue reading

My First Journal Creation 2015

As someone who was weaned on the adventures of Marty McFly, 2015 will always sound like a distant future to me even though it is here right now. The first line of my… Continue reading

My 2015 To-Do List

It can’t hurt to keep this pinned to my notice board in clear view. I don’t make official resolutions but I do have things I want to do in 2015. 1. Write another… Continue reading

Postcards from Malton, North Yorkshire

Today I had a roam around Malton. It was a beautiful, crisp December day and most of the shops were still closed so it was a very peaceful walk. Below are a few… Continue reading