Octopus Labs (an arm of Octopus Finance) brought me into their lively vibrant offices to capture what it’s like to be part of their team. The shoot allowed me to meet many of the staff and work with them to photograph a range of scenes typical of a working day there. It’s a colourful and well lit environment so was easy to steer clear of anything overtly corporate. Originally posted here.
This August I was honoured to spend an evening filming a talk by the award-winning Turkish novelist and public intellectual Elif Shafak. The evening was organised by CARAVAN, an East-West peacebuilding celebration of art and thought. The evening included a lecture, conversation and audience Q&A, Elif focused on building bridges, not walls. Elif Shafak was also awarded the first CARAVAN Award for Peacebuilding and the Arts.
I miss wood carving and one of my niece’s birthdays was coming up, so I decided to knock out some furniture for her dolls’ house.
It’s a set of table and chairs carve from wood I found in a local woodland. Check out the gallery.
Today’s adventure involved bouncing around on a trampoline in Haggerston Park while someone from the Guinness Book of Records counted us. 343 people simultaneously trampolined making this event the most people to ever trampoline together at the same time in the same place.
I recently completed some research for Orinoco Media and the British Physiological Society on the topic of stress response. This resulting animation serves to help students prepare for their exams by encouraging them to manage stress.
The People Speak returned to Imperial Science Festival in May 2017. This time with a slightly younger audience we talked about time travel, how you can change the world and what can be done about Donald Trump? Mikey and I co-hosted the discussion and we went to some strange and peculiar places, even by our standards!
Hosting a talk show at an event like Hackstock is always going to be interesting. The discussions are vibrant and bonkers with ideas coming at you from all directions. From virtual reality to science fiction, hallucinogens, existentialism, politics, art, science, all areas of philosophy, spirituality and technology, we went there…
There was even a special guest appearance by some members of Kraftwerk!
Every morning you wake up and rub your eyes. Why? Probably because of the build up of that crusty gunky stuff. It seems the more your sleep the more builds up. So you have to wonder, what’s it like for those notoriously lethargic creatures, sloths? Read my article for BBC Earth to explore the sleepy world of these animals.