The Art Of The Brick: DC Superheroes – Retrospective

“The Art Of The Brick was an exhibit held in and around London’s Southbank in February 2017 from the American artist Nathan Sawaya, the creative force behind some of the most well known popular culture works of art constructed with standard Lego bricks.” Continue reading The Art Of The Brick: DC Superheroes – Retrospective

Star Trek: The Adventure – Review

“Star Trek: The Adventure opened on the 18th December 2002 to coincide with the release of the last Next Generation era film, Nemesis. An interactive temporary exhibit constructed and situated in London’s Hyde Park over the festive period and running for over six months into the following Spring, the exhibition was modelled on the Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas and was a showcase of interactive exhibits, props and sets from the various series and iterations of the series to date and of course a wealth of merchandise to buy” Continue reading Star Trek: The Adventure – Review

30 Day Challenge Day Twenty One: How did fandoms influence you and your life?

“It has been a series I have enjoyed immensely, from my very first experience watching a small black and white TV and the emergence of the Enterprise-D to the latest Picard trailer, my enthusiasm and passion is as strong as ever thanks in part to a new found commitment to its continuing legacy” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Twenty One: How did fandoms influence you and your life?

30 Day Challenge Day Eight: What geeky hobby do you have?

“I’ll readily admit to being a bit of a geek when it comes to these sorts of things but I don’t view that as a negative character trait to hold. It was genuinely fascinating to plan and prepare for this relatively short walk and as a result of my planning to be able to find certain aspects and details that would otherwise be missed” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Eight: What geeky hobby do you have?

30 Day Challenge Day Five: What is the geekiest thing you’ve ever done?

“It’s probably the most geeky action I’ve undertaken where I’ve taken the base product, in this case Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and invested significant time and effort to produce content with no measurable benefit to anyone else really besides myself that I know of. ” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Five: What is the geekiest thing you’ve ever done?

30 Day Challenge Day Four: What was your worst convention experience?

“So, to paint you a picture, intolerance to people and restricted on food intake, not a great foundation to spend a day in a new location surrounded by people relying on unknown food to get through the day.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Four: What was your worst convention experience?

30 Day Challenge Day Three: What was your favourite convention experience?

“I became aware of Captain James T Kirk, the original and first commanding officer of the Enterprise. He played things a lot more, fast and loose than his predecessor, he was a maverick leader doing things his way, he was an actor I desperately wanted to meet.” Continue reading 30 Day Challenge Day Three: What was your favourite convention experience?

Visiting the Pokemon Centre, London

“The temptation to spend beyond your means, especially after such a long wait was of course a tempting prospect and for the sake of clarity and disclosure, I’ve openly admitted and talked about planning in visits to Nintendo World on any trip to New York for their vast quantities of merchandise available so I won’t hold myself to any virtuous levels” Continue reading Visiting the Pokemon Centre, London

Manga Exhibit,The British Museum

“As an art form that pertains to originate from the 12th century, and whose prominence and cultural impact grew with a cultural expansion in the 18th century, whilst in the UK we perhaps incorrectly view Manga as an art form through the prism of its expansion into western culture around the time traditional comic book art developed following the post war era, as a practise its origins can be traced over hundreds of years, fitting then to attend an exhibition at the British Museum and explore the origins and expansion of this creative approach into the mainstream zeitgeist.” Continue reading Manga Exhibit,The British Museum