Actions Speak Louder Than Words – The art of physical comedy with local performer Dean Elliott

(Picture by Benjamin Borley) On a hot summer Saturday in Exeter, I am waiting to meet a man who has previously performed a one man show in Exeter without words.  With a mixture of interest and intrigue, I decided to find out more about this mysterious character on behalf of The Exeter Daily. Dean Elliott … More Actions Speak Louder Than Words – The art of physical comedy with local performer Dean Elliott

Are you prepared for a mystical arts adventure on Exeter’s Magic Carpet?

In the city of Exeter you may have heard whispers of a Magic Carpet. Although it is unlikely that you will come across Aladdin on Exeter’s Magic Carpet, what you will come across are some rather intriguing and interesting projects run by a local arts charity. Magic Carpet is Exeter’s local arts-for-health charity and they … More Are you prepared for a mystical arts adventure on Exeter’s Magic Carpet?

Through The Pinhole – The art of camera obscura with photographer Sam White

What do you get if you combine a gazebo, old curtains and a telescope lens?… A DIY space ship? Or maybe an observatory? Well…what if I told you it creates a walk-in camera obscura! The photographer Sam White has recently been fascinating the general public up and down the South West with his hand-built camera … More Through The Pinhole – The art of camera obscura with photographer Sam White

You’re Hired! -In search of Plymouth’s Most Employable 17 year old.

This is another news story I did for The Plymouth Daily, it was even published as the main news story on the site for that day! The final of Plymouth’s ‘Your Hired!’ will take place today and tomorrow in the Roland Levinsky Building at the University of Plymouth. The concept of ‘Your Hired!’ is to … More You’re Hired! -In search of Plymouth’s Most Employable 17 year old.

£25,000 for a house with a sea view – too good to be true?

Although I was primarily working for The Exeter Daily, I was also given the opportunity to publish on the Plymouth Daily and this was one of the news stories I published on the site. A house with enviable views across the English Riviera is up for grabs at the outstandingly low price of £25,000. However, … More £25,000 for a house with a sea view – too good to be true?