Thursday, 28 February 2013

Dissertation Done!

Dun, dun dun... I have been waiting for this day for a while. Indeed, today was the deadline for the Dissertation.

I think I'm one of very few people who actually almost enjoyed writing a dissertation. It's called 'A voice for the Voiceless: Art, controversy and the Muslim woman'. It is on a subject that I feel really strongly about, and much to my surprise, I'm still not bored or fed up about the subject. I guess you can't tame a feminist ey? 

Here's a sneak peak inside of my book. I bet you're all so desperate to get hold of it, aren't you?! I also have to give a huge thank you to Sarah Maple who was lovely enough to do an interview with me for my work, she will be appearing in my Ffoto of the Week very soon! She's ace. 

Anyway, here's us celebrating the end of the dissertation era and making the most of the last very short time we have left in uni. BEER. 

I also bought myself a cat mug as a treat. Oh yeaaaaah. 

Stipy cat, fat cat, thinking cat, cool cat
and so on..

While drinking some tea from my awesome mug, I just found myself mindlessly watching escape to the country. What's wrong with me?! My brain cells obviously need a rest after all that thunking I done. 


Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Pinterest Newbie

Pinterest. Something that I have avoided like the plague while doing my dissertation, as I knew for a fact that I would instantly become addicted and not get any work done, ever.

I have today however taken the plunge and made an account. I am a super newbie, but look forward to getting into it.

You can find me on there here -

Happy pinning!


Friday, 8 February 2013


Hayley Nash

Losing the will to live with my dissertation. Thank Jehovah for pretty pictures to distract me and make us all feel better. My Ffoto of the Week comes from Hayley Nash, a fellow photographer and friend, and I ain't just being biased, but her stuff rocks. She manages to keep this cool flow of pastel colours running through her images weather it's fashion, or architecture or anything else that takes her fancy.

I absolutely love her latest work called Space, and below is my personal favourite from the series. I have a massive love for concrete jungles and cool urban images, and these tick all the boxes, with a contemporary twist by introducing forced symmetry. Can't wait to see what she comes out with next.


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