I’m currently in Port-au-Prince, Haiti to volunteer for 3 weeks with #Art4ChangeHaiti project to offer art & crafts workshops to children living in camps… And of course – I’ll be using this opportunity to rekindle some existing contacts Continue reading
When Fred Kuwornu mentioned to me he was planning a meeting which would bring together a group of his “Afro-Italian” friends, I jumped at the opportunity to attend.
This wouldn’t be the first time I’d immerse myself in the company of black Italians. For a start, the 10-year-plus friendship with my Eritrean Continue reading
Meeting Ghanaian TV star Sam Okyere during my visit to Seoul, S. Korea was amongst the highlights of my trip a few months ago, and I certainly couldn’t have asked for a better send off than for him to respond to a tweet I sent for an interview Continue reading
On my first day in New York, thankfully there was no sign of jet-lag. I was up before 6am ready to be out and about in the city like a local (that lives up state!). The thing is, NYC is so similar to London that an urban girl can fit right in. However with just 5 days to get my interviews done, check out alternative scenes, and of course – make those contacts; staying organised is the only way to keep things running like the yellow taxi cabs of NYC! Continue reading
Well, it’s not exactly a countdown if it starts and ends at 1… That’s right, I have just 1 day before I’ll be on a flight to NYC tomorrow! Given my short stay, I’ve had to plan ahead to pack in as much as possible (as with my suitcase) to make the most of this trip and create opportunities for my projects. Continue reading
The Urban Guide network presents “New York City Streets: A Portrait” to be exhibited at a London venue, December 2015 – February 2016.
I’ll be visiting NYC between 19th August – 24th August 2015. I’m putting out an open call to get a diverse mix of creative individuals for a street photography exhibition. The prints will go alongside “London City Streets: A Portrait” Continue reading