I could not remember the last time I was up North in Manchester, but it must have been May 2009 that I visited one of the most historical cities in North West England. Although I did have a job interview to attend at BBC Sport down in MediaCity UK, Manchester once again made a lasting impression on me. When I … Continue reading Manchester – 20/11/2017
In what would have been his 68th birthday on Sunday 20th August 2017, Phil Lynott would have been alive to celebrate that occasion. It's hard to imagine its been 31 years since he passed away on the 4th January 1986 due to pneumonia and heart failure which was due to his drug and alcohol addictions. … Continue reading Live and Dangerous – Thin Lizzy style!
We have reached the halfway stage of The Asperger's Effect series of articles and it was only right that I would try to explain as best as I can about how it feels to be walking in the shoes of someone who has Asperger's Syndrome. Applying for tens of opportunities at small and large-scale companies as a Media … Continue reading The Asperger’s Effect – Walking in my shoes
As someone who has finished their media degree at Birmingham City University, I have recognised the importance of feedback not just on my course, but in the interests I pursue in my everyday life. Having constructive criticism in the work I produce only helps to develop myself to become a better worker but you could … Continue reading The importance of feedback