Posts Tagged: Death

The Altab Ali Story

London is always bursting at the seams with exciting events. But there is one annual fringe theatre festival that is close to my heart – A Season of Bangla Drama. This is now in its thirteenth year and is running from

The Altab Ali Story

London is always bursting at the seams with exciting events. But there is one annual fringe theatre festival that is close to my heart – A Season of Bangla Drama. This is now in its thirteenth year and is running from

The King’s Courier

During the month of November every year, I attend out of love and duty, what I feel is one of the finest fringe theatre festivals in the UK. As a staunch supporter of local arts, I have always tried to

The King’s Courier

During the month of November every year, I attend out of love and duty, what I feel is one of the finest fringe theatre festivals in the UK. As a staunch supporter of local arts, I have always tried to

Romeo & Juliet ~ An adaptation

During the month of November every year, I attend out of love and duty, what I feel is one of the finest fringe theatre festivals in the UK. As a staunch supporter of local arts, I have always tried to

Romeo & Juliet ~ An adaptation

During the month of November every year, I attend out of love and duty, what I feel is one of the finest fringe theatre festivals in the UK. As a staunch supporter of local arts, I have always tried to

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The Taj

Its been almost a month since I last blogged. That is unhealthy. I’ve been swamped with commissioned work. This is one them 🙂 My client wanted something which captured the sublime beauty of the Taj and its surrounding structures. This

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The Taj

Its been almost a month since I last blogged. That is unhealthy. I’ve been swamped with commissioned work. This is one them 🙂 My client wanted something which captured the sublime beauty of the Taj and its surrounding structures. This

Untitled Piece

You have his curly hair tumbling on your face, harmless yet fierce, challenging you to brush them away and to tilt your chin and smile at the sun. The smile is his, the way your eyes meet your lips as

Untitled Piece

You have his curly hair tumbling on your face, harmless yet fierce, challenging you to brush them away and to tilt your chin and smile at the sun. The smile is his, the way your eyes meet your lips as

Tea Bag

Your heart sits in my life like a wet, big, unwanted tea bag Seeping into the ivory wallpaper by my bedside And turning the bed sheets we have shared for many years Into a shade of old memories made by

Tea Bag

Your heart sits in my life like a wet, big, unwanted tea bag Seeping into the ivory wallpaper by my bedside And turning the bed sheets we have shared for many years Into a shade of old memories made by

Māori Symbols

Hello 🙂     I’m sorry… I haven’t been blogging enough lately and that’s because I’ve been busy working on a branding project for a client who wanted something inspired by Maori tattoos and the fluid cyclic motion of nature. I

Māori Symbols

Hello 🙂     I’m sorry… I haven’t been blogging enough lately and that’s because I’ve been busy working on a branding project for a client who wanted something inspired by Maori tattoos and the fluid cyclic motion of nature. I

Love in a Tiffin

The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach…. this is seriously taken very literally in this film haha. A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of watching a brilliant film called The Lunchbox.  I grew up watching

Love in a Tiffin

The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach…. this is seriously taken very literally in this film haha. A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of watching a brilliant film called The Lunchbox.  I grew up watching

Natural ‘Wonders’

There is something so wonderful about seeing nature being used in an exciting way to make you smile, or dreamy or escape into a world which only existed in the pages of children’s books whilst growing up or dark films

Natural ‘Wonders’

There is something so wonderful about seeing nature being used in an exciting way to make you smile, or dreamy or escape into a world which only existed in the pages of children’s books whilst growing up or dark films

A Sustainable HeArt

When I entered 2014, I found myself looking back and reflecting on all the things I could have done more, or should have started earlier, or was stupid to waste my time on (as we all do). I also picked

A Sustainable HeArt

When I entered 2014, I found myself looking back and reflecting on all the things I could have done more, or should have started earlier, or was stupid to waste my time on (as we all do). I also picked