Hands down, Brighton is the epitome of cool. Back when I lived in London, I always used to come here on Saturdays whenever there was no uni or work (very rare) because I just felt there was that air of clarity and distance that the big smoke never had. I was back again recently for a conference and had a couple of hours to sit by the beach, close my eyes, inhale the fresh seaside air and just let my thoughts wander. And oh how they wandered. I hope the photos do have that same feel to them, somehow even looking at them has a super relaxed effect on me now. Thank you Brighton for always making things a little lighter!
Because it’s liberating and it gives your day an overall unexpected turn, especially if the water is freezing and the sky above you is either grey or completely dark. It makes you feel alive, more […]
The beginning of the second and last day and the pretty island was marked by lots of rain and a little accident everyone found absolutely hilarious, apart from me. After we bravely hiked through paths mud […]
It sounds quite romantic and tempting to strand on an empty and uncivilised island, not knowing where to sleep because that makes things exciting, right!? When I saw the Tesco – Three Miles Away sign, with […]
It’s a bit of a shameful natural impulse of mine to give dull and wintry colours that poetic touch by quickly turning them into moody black and white photos. Yet, I can’t help but see […]
These days Windsor is as much covered in snow as London and the rest of the UK is. So the reason why these photos look quite bright and sunny is not that I spent hours […]
Having discovered the charming and slightly edgy side to Oxford in Jericho, the part of town that’s more traditional but by no means less exciting remains yet to be exposed in another short series. Have […]