Journal

Sharing is Caring

I’m attempting to deal with the string of unfortunate events in current affairs by being more generous.

Admiring the Abstract in Basel’s Kunstmuseum

Admiring the Abstract in Basel's Kunstmuseum

During a recent trip to Basel, I found plenty to inspire in the city’s recently extended art museum. As I explored the exhibits, I jotted down the artists whose work caught my attention. Reviewing this list some weeks later, I thought I’d share my findings.

Not funny

On this clear, sunny Friday, the weather belies the fact that the UK has undertaken an unprecedented and improbable act of self-harm.

Breaking Point: Why I’m voting to Remain in the EU Referendum

Breaking Point: Why I'm voting to Remain in the EU Referendum

Tomorrow is the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union. I’ve wanted to write about this for some time, but I’ve delayed and delayed in the hope I could offer a tidy summary and clear reasoning behind my decision to remain. The question on the ballot paper demands a simple black or white answer, yet a study of the issues only offers shades of grey.

Habitables

Habitables

Having lived in my current flat for just over two years, I’m determined for this to be the year I finally make it feel like a home.

Freelancing: Year One

It’s been just over a year since I started working for myself, and during the last 12 months I’ve learnt a lot, both about the work, and myself. Having reached this milestone, time to take stock and review my goals for the year ahead.