It is where the industry started – painting letters and symbols by hand. Summer Brooks speaks to the artisans of traditional sign-writing and some new faces about why they love it
From its heyday in America during the ’50s and ’60s to its present day renaissance, it seems that neon has come full circle. Summer Brooks discovers why the world hasn’t fallen out of love with neon just yet
I spent four magical weeks travelling along the West Coast, stopping at Los Angeles, Monterey, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver.
For my final year at university I worked on a feature length article that explores the effects of gentrification on … More
It’s 2016. Last year we saw transgender models proudly fronting ad campaigns, Down syndrome models walking the runways and a … More
Are you looking for something one-off to buy your nearest and dearest this Christmas? Here is our round-up of the … More
A wedding feature I wrote for Frome Life magazine.
One of the features I wrote for the latest issue of Frome Life magazine, I interviewed local artist Kerrie McNeil.
Today I caught the train to St Ives, a picturesque fishing port that lies north of Penzance. The little two-coach train … More
I’ve never been much of a critic, and for some time this has put me off writing about gigs and … More