As the UK triggers Article 50 today and starts to leave the EU, a phrase I thought I had left behind popped into my mind: ‘third culture kid’. It describes those who moved between… Continue reading
This article was originally published in the CEMS student organisation 2015 magazine (page 18) which has an audience of 1,200 students and 10,000+ alumni. It was part of an initiative to increase brand awareness of Salesforce… Continue reading
I’m excited to announce the launch of www.UKtoStay.EU: a campaign aimed at engaging, educating and empowering ordinary people ahead of the UK’s referendum on EU membership.
I’m voting Yes to marriage equality in the Irish referendum on the 22nd of May. If you’re Irish and haven’t registered yet then get registered! Seriously, you only have until May 6th.
Explore Dublin rental property prices, discover how much you could save by commuting and maybe even spot your next flat: I’ve built an interactive map of Dublin rental properties.
Epic ski jump and family fun: I threw together a short clip from a family ski trip to La Clusaz for Christmas 2014, with my parents and two out of three bros (third… Continue reading
Self-driving taxis and trucks will become the norm within twenty years. Self-driving cars will follow not long after. Huge swathes of jobs will disappear. And the development of true artificial intelligence poses an existential threat to humanity. These were… Continue reading
Returning to visit Luxembourg after a year abroad is like slipping into your favourite winter coat after a long summer. It’s the reassuring handshake with a good friend you haven’t seen in years.… Continue reading
Just a quick post to say I’ve completed the online course in investigative journalism I signed up to a while back and earned the below certificate of completion. Woo! This was my second free… Continue reading
A New Year’s ski holiday in the French ski resort of La Clusaz with my parents and brothers proved the perfect opportunity for me to test out my latest video equipment: a video camera I got for Christmas and a POV… Continue reading
I’ve just earned a certificate for the completion of another online data course, Making Sense of Data, and hopefully taken another step towards becoming a full-fledged data journalist. I also have another excellent course… Continue reading
This review was originally written for and published on FashionFetishism.com. I needed to do some clothes shopping and thought it would be fun to do something a bit different at the same time! Photos… Continue reading
After my first recruitment video, I was asked to produce a second one as part of my continuing internship with Amazon EU. I was asked to film employees talking about their role as ‘Transportation Project Mangers’.… Continue reading
Below is my first foray into the world of infographics, a project looking at declining print circulation within the British press. It was inspired by an article I read on February’s circulation figures and is… Continue reading
As part of an internship with Amazon EU I was asked to film and edit a recruitment video for the role of ‘Area Manger’ in Amazon’s warehouses. You can see the result, which… Continue reading
This is a short piece-to-camera Sky News asked me to make for a voice of Europe project they were working on. Although Sky News liked my contribution unfortunately the project itself was never… Continue reading
Britain’s laws weren’t designed to produce ethical journalism, but to defend against damaging journalism. This means journalists don’t have any incentive to act responsibly in the current system. If we really want responsible… Continue reading
I’m now working for Amazon.eu at their EU headquarters in Luxembourg as a communications & media intern, on a variety of social and multimedia projects. Not content with the vast amount of work… Continue reading
With a combined population of over 500 million inhabitants the European Union is a mind-boggingly bureaucratic and crazily complex confederation of 27 member states. With so much going on it’s no wonder many… Continue reading
Siobhan Brown, a former Manchester student, talks about being at the Millbank student occupation and protests.
Nick Clegg’s £1 billion youth contract is “Too little too late”, claims the leader of a Medway youth organisation. Graham Clewes, Chief Executive of the Medway Youth Trust, said Nick Clegg’s £1 billion… Continue reading
George Osborne has announced the Treasury is to have sole control over the Bank of England when taxpayer’s money is at stake during times of crisis, while the Bank of England is to… Continue reading
“You can shove your rubber bullets up your arse!” was the defiant chant of students in the face of an intimidating mass police presence deployed one year on from the mass student protest… Continue reading
Savers and pensioners are being let down by the Bank of England’s quantitative easing programme (QE), last night boosted to £275 billion. Philip Rush, contributing economist at Nomura Global Economics said: “Predominantly it’s… Continue reading
University of Kent sports scholars to be banned from Medway teams The University of Kent is to prevent Kent sports scholars from playing for their home teams at the Universities at Medway Campus from… Continue reading
Lurking just beyond the engineering buildings, in the leafy south-eastern corner of the Universities at Medway Campus, lie the universities’ tennis courts. Whilst few students know of their existence, fewer still dare to… Continue reading
A BOWLING club welcomed a special guest to open its 75th season. Queenborough Bowling Club played host to the town’s mayor Cllr Carol Champ. Glasses were raised, a new flag unfurled and a celebratory cake cut. Around half the club’s… Continue reading
Another 417 ton electrical transformer is to cause heavy traffic on its way from Chatham’s docks to Faversham power station in Sittingbourne, on Friday the 5th of March. Yesterday evening saw several hours worth… Continue reading
The Eurozone economy has ground to a halt as figures released today show it has stagnated in the last few months of 2009. The collective economy of the 16 nations using the euro… Continue reading
New European Union (EU) rules aimed at curbing bankers’ bonuses have sparked alarm in the City’s hedge fund industry which says there is no need for reform in their part of the banking… Continue reading
A radio report on the Gillingham FC v Charlton Athletic football match which took place in Gillingham’s Priestfield Stadium on 25th October 2009.
A preview video for the Grease DVD which I filmed and produced while at the European School of Luxembourg, with a fantastic team of students and friends manning the various cameras over several… Continue reading