Star Au Pairs work with families and au pairs to find the ideal care for children and great opportunities for au pairs. I recently had a chance to work with Jag Lehal and shot this video for her company to help get their message out.
Talkaoke was in the EU Corner at The Natural History Museum for Science Uncovered 2016.
We talked about things like driverless cars, economics, dinosaurs, politics and Star Trek.
Talkaoke, in conjunction with Chat Lab from Queen Mary, was at ExCel Centre in London for 4 days of New Scientist Live, a festival of ideas and discovery.
There’s also lots of photos from the event here…
This year at the amazing Citadel Festival in London’s Victoria Park we ran a Talkaoke session outside an area called The Sunday Papers. At The Sunday Papers people could hear talks but various interesting speakers and engage them in Q&As. We scooped up the audience as they walked by and brought them to the flying saucer of chat. Watch these clips to find out what we talked about at a very exciting edition of Talkaoke!
I was extremely privileged to have worked on the main stage of Field Day 2016 in London this year.
Myself and Mikey from The People Speak shot video and photographs of main stage performers The Mysterys with Doug Hream Blunt.
It was quite an experience being amongst 25 stage performers whilst thousands of people clapped and cheered. We’ll have some exciting photos and a documentary to share with you shortly.
After the initial success at the London Fields Jumble and Craft Fair in May 2016, Origamisaur will be making more appearances all over London.
First up we have Urban Bazaar EC1 on Sunday 5th June at St Luke’s Community Centre – 90 Central Street, Old Street EC1 V8AJ
And thirdly is the ME Craft Market on Sunday 19th July at Christ the King Church Hall, Crescent Gardens, Wimbledon SW19 8AJ
Batch 1 (minus those sold from it already) will be available at the Urban Bazaar, and my first creations from Batch 2 will make their first appearance at the ME Craft Market. I look forward to seeing you all there!
You can see all the beasts from Batch 1 here…
“Why are we in London?” was a recurring question in this session of Talkaoke at The People Speak.
I hosted a section of this lively and enlightening talk show.
These are some short films I commissioned and produced with Chocolate Films. They show some activities I ran at the Science Museum during the 2012 London Olympics as part of our ‘Summer of Sport’ programme.
Is dancing really a good form of exercise? Find out with the salsa dancing scientists from Kingston University.
Elite athletes are lucky enough to have their running shoes made especially for them. Will this technology take the leap to the high street? Scientists from Loughborough University see what difference shoes can make in your performance.
How do scientists monitor athletes performing at breakneck speed without slowing them down? Scientists at Imperial College created small, smart sensors that give the low-down on health and performance without big bulky kit. See their sensors in action and meet the minds behind them.