Posts Tagged: Romance

Highly Unlikely

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

Highly Unlikely

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

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

The Break

I wrote a short story a few years ago…  maybe you can call it a poem, I’m not sure. But here it is. It was inspired by a painting ~  Leonid Pasternak: At The Window: Autumn 1913 (see below). She

The Break

I wrote a short story a few years ago…  maybe you can call it a poem, I’m not sure. But here it is. It was inspired by a painting ~  Leonid Pasternak: At The Window: Autumn 1913 (see below). She