Lighting Grey Matter

At the end of February, I lit my last school production: Grey Matter, a piece devised by the director and cast exploring the idea of a »

Lighting Henry V

In December I lit my last ever show in the new school theatre (provided they don't ask me back, of course). It was a new version »

A Levels with an iPad

When I moved into the L6th last year, I decided to take advantage of the heavily reduced number of subjects and extra free range my teachers »

Lighting City of Angels

This spring, my school staged a production of the Broadway/West End hit musical City of Angels. It would turn out to be the most technically »

Podcasts I Listen To

Podcasts are a major part of my listening life, along with Spofity for music and Audible for audiobooks. I've listened to them for about 3 years »

Wrapping Up 2014

2014 has been my busiest year by far. Whether or not this is a good thing I am still thinking over. But, to end the year »

Making My Own Cables

Recently I managed to pick up a radio mic set from eBay (which, as you'll probably know, is my favourite source for film gear, but perhaps »

A Whirring Box in the Corner

There are many advantages to using Jekyll, most of which have to do with its resilience. Posts are written in Markdown before being rendered into a »

Google Calendar Door Sign

So I bought a couple of Spark Cores recently, and they are (from my geeky perspective) the best things ever. Anyone who's been using Arduinos for »

Glass Envelope - Short Film

So, I made another film. This time set in Cornwall and about a boy who finds a letter in a bottle. There's also a Behind the »