Shoreham

On Saturday I went out with my dad to have lunch out and a wander. We went to Shoreham, a small coastal town near Brighton, and Bramber, a village with a ruined castle. Here's Shoreham.... Read More...

New Hair

I added some black streaks to my hair, because I thought that the solid pink ( a base of atomic pink, made a bit redder with a mix of la riche rubine + flamingo pink) was making me look peaky. It also handily disguised my rapidly growing roots. I'm pleased with it.... Read More...

Pancakes!

The 24th was Pancake Day here in the UK. You traditionally make pancakes to use up all your indulgent bits before Lent. I'm not at all religious, and I don't give anything up for Lent, but I always make pancakes.... Read More...

Women’s Zinefest

At the end of January I had a stall at the Zine Fest at the women's library at London Met Uni in East London. I was horribly late, as it seemed almost every form of transport I could possibly use was closed for engineering works that weekend, so I ended up having to walk from Monument to Brick Lane to get there. I had a ridiculously huge table to myself in this cosy little library, and I made quite a good bit of money and did some shameless promotion of the Brighton Zinefest.... Read More...

Panda Eyes

Hot Silk Pockets are my friend's band, and they're ace. I often get phases where there's only one song I want to listen to. Their song Panda Eyes was the only song I could listen to last week. (This week it's been replaced in my affections by Summertime Clothes by Animal Collective and Nothing Ever Happened by Deerhunter, but it's still a great song) ... Read More...

Hazy Sea

I went for a walk along the beach whilst waiting to meet up with my cousin, who's just moved to Brighton. There was a haze on the sea that day, and the pier looked like it was floating on nothing. I never get tired of photographing the seafront.... Read More...