A wander through Holland Park

With the Covid-19 situation being what it is, there is now next to nothing to do outdoors in London that doesn't involve some sort of park. If you've ventured out in the past fews weeks, you'll find that the majority of parks have been packed with people trying to escape the confines of their home … Continue reading A wander through Holland Park

Sunset from Primrose Hill

A few weeks ago, I ventured up Primrose Hill in North London to see the so-called 'breathtaking' views of London. I had been looking up places I could visit to capture some photos and this was apparently one of the best spots to view the sun setting over the city. Therefore, after a minor trek … Continue reading Sunset from Primrose Hill


Heightened. Everything is heightened. Sadness becomes misery, Envy becomes resentment, Nostalgia becomes yearning, Anger becomes fury, Anxiety becomes panic, Fear becomes dread, Emotion becomes heightened. It climbs and climbs and climbs, until one day the emotion is gone. The emptiness arrives. A hole is created. The emptiness stays. It stays until the light is turned … Continue reading Heightened

27 Years

Warning: Contains dark themes. Brief mentions of anxiety, depression and suicide. What is it like to be happy? What is it like to be content? Are we ever fully either? Maybe the lucky ones among us are. The older I get, the more I am realising that being an ‘adult’ is not as it appears. … Continue reading 27 Years

Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up at the V&A

I had highly anticipated the Victoria and Albert Museum's exhibition on Frida Kahlo, and it certainly didn't disappoint. The extremely popular exhibition featured Frida's personal collection of artefacts and clothing as well as photographs taken throughout her life. There were also many of her art pieces on display. At the time of attending I was … Continue reading Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up at the V&A