28 Jul 2010

And one more.

This is my round-up of all of the goings-on in Green Park. Cheesy as a Wotsit but it does the job.


My longest feature yet...

I'm pretty much happy with this. Plus, I got to use some of mine and Will's photos in the feature (including on the cover of the mag) which is always nice. Apologies for the strange layout on this blog. Technology is not my forte.



16 Jul 2010

Lies, lies and more lies


I've just realised how much of a fibber I look by posting a blog saying that I can't eat gluten followed by two restaurant reviews in which I appear to be consuming bread, pasta, noodles... and basically anything made of wheat.

Just to clear it up (not that anyone reads this blog, so I really don't have to – but anyway...) I generally don't eat anything with gluten in, but when I'm eating out I give in to my cravings and suffer for it for the next few days. This isn't to be recommended, but it would be a pretty boring review if I just ordered risotto or a salad every time.

However, now that I am on a SERIOUS diet (yes, that needed capping up) I suspect that it'll be salads all the way. Two stone to lose in ten weeks. Can I do it? In one word... no.

2 Jul 2010

Property page example

Now, I'm not completely happy with this one, as it is a little bit gushing but unfortunately it's pretty difficult to avoid the sales speak when you're trying to make a property sound desirable. Luckily, this one is a genuinely nice house (I'd buy it if I had several hundred thousand going spare). Some of the others are, shall we say, less interesting.


1 Jul 2010

My latest restaurant review











Apologies for the smugness throughout. I'm no where near as snooty as I sound in this review...
Still, it is Baaath dahling!

Some old Computer Arts Projects writing...







And there's loads more where that came from! But don't worry... I won't put them all up.


It's strange reading these back now, because I can see that my writing style has developed quite a lot, but I'm still quite pleased with them nevertheless.


All in all, I worked on about ten issues of the magazine as a freelancer, before I jumped ship from Future.