Keep your distance, please.

Wrote this little piece back in May time, when the global pandemic had essentially shut down the world. After a few months in isolation, these were my thoughts on the whole thing. Right now it seems like a lifetime ago, but in reality not much has changed. Corona Virus is very much still an issue,…

Home is in the chaos.

Like a lot of people, I’ve spent time in the last few weeks sorting out old possessions and clearing out forgotten things. For as long as I can remember I’ve always written in diaries / journals / scrapbooks, and I got seriously nostalgic finding and flicking through them all. I came across an entry in…

Autumn 2019 on Film

An unedited account of October – December on 35mm. 3 months of living in London. New friends, old friends, cats, plants, parks, wine (& everything in between).

Extinction Rebellion & The Climate Crisis

It’s not surprising that Extinction Rebellion has been making the news over the last few of months, and some of it has highlighted a lot of bad as well as good. Extinction Rebellion (or XR as it is known) is an international movement that uses ‘non-violent civil disobedience,’ usually in the form of peaceful protests,…

The F Word

feminism /ˈfɛmɪnɪz(ə)m/ noun the advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes. – This is the Oxford Dictionary definition of feminism. Equality of the sexes. That’s it. – The first time that I can remember being treated differently for being a girl was when I was 8 years old. My…

A Sequence Of Sri Lanka

A Sequence Of Sri Lanka is a short film that I have FINALLY put together, taken whilst solo travelling Sri Lanka at the beginning of the year. The warm ocean, tropical palm tree lined beaches, welcoming people, stray dogs, crazy streets and beautiful light, that’s what Lanka is to me. It’s meant to be a messy…

A Welsh Summer

You might think I’m lying, but summer in Pembrokeshire has become one of my favourite things in the world. I’ve always lived by the sea, but in a small seaside town, winters can be quiet and (sometimes) pretty bleak. Dark stormy nights become rainy grey days, the winds can be bitterly cold and no one…

Westival 2019 – A Re-Cap

Hidden amongst the rolling green hills of the Pembrokeshire countryside, Westival is a new edition to the music scene in Wales, supporting local artists as well as known names from further afield. With 2019 being only it’s second year, this festival already has people talking. Offering underground disco, techno and world music with some of…

Feature on SurfGirl

GUYS, I wrote an article similar to my blog post about Women and Surfing in Sri Lanka – and it’s now featured on the SurfGirl website along with my images! Click the link below to read 🙂 I’m so happy that my words and images are being used to support and recognise the work of…

The Ocean for Women’s Empowerment

Abay Girls Surf Club & SeaSisters Sri Lanka Whilst I was in Sri Lanka I volunteered and photographed for a day at a surf and swimming lesson for local women and girls run by SeaSisters in Weligama. I’d heard about the Abay Girls Surf Club and was in awe of the women who were pushing…