To the stars through friendship⭐️

Buzz Aldrin in conversation with Brian Cox

On Sunday 28 February I was fortunate enough to be in a packed theatre at the Science Museum to see Buzz Aldrin in conversation with Brian Cox. It had been a day full of space related activities, not only had my son and I marveled at the permanent exhibits of rocket engines and lunar vehicles’s but we had visited the spectacular Cosmonauts exhibition in the morning. But it was now time for lift-off…

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Seek yourself and you will shine…

I’m going to tell you a story…

Two decades ago, back when the term social media referred to the act of writing ones name on the side of the railway lines, I began my digital journey. It was a truly exciting time, the web was barely out of nappies and the humble Notepad was the only HTML editor of choice. But still I managed to build many great websites.

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Five Minimalist Posters of Famous TV/Movie Cars

I have always had a great love of iconic TV/Film automobiles and their striking imagery so decided to create these minimalist posters featuring five famous vehicles from Breaking Bad, Starsky & Hutch, The A-Team, Mad Max and The Love Bug.

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Breaking Bad Minimalist Poster

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I am the one who knocks… #lovemyhat

When I began this new #lovemyhat experience two weeks ago I was not afriad to admit that I was genuinely uneasy about it. Trilby’s and Baseball Caps were one thing, but a Pork Pie was not your typical hat choice. However, just as Walter’s confidence in his new situation starts to grow in Breaking Bad, so has mine in regards to the Pork Pie.

I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger. A guy opens his door and gets shot and you think that of me? No. I am the one who knocks!

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You all know exactly who I am. Say my name… #lovemyhat

Bates - Gentlemen's Hatter Since 1898

It’s time for another season of #lovemyhat…

For those of you that remember, I previously blogged about my experience of wearing an ‘Indi‘ in today’s modern world and discovered a few things about both myself, and the people around me. Thanks again to the generosity of the fine fellows at Bates – Gentlemen’s Hatters, I am undertaking another millinery adventure.

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