As adults we don’t often get the chance to be creative. Playing for the sake of it is for kids. We want to do something productive, or achieve something. But that’s not always the most fun. Paint Jam gives people the opportunity to paint and create with music and drinks in a friendly and enjoyableContinue reading “Paint Jam London”
Here’s a podcast co presented with Dave Horn exploring the wonder of creativity and wellbeing. In our first episode we discuss writing for wellbeing. If you’re interested in getting involved, get in touch!
This summer sees the very first Pitch Festival grace the fields of Kent. Organised by the team behind the Paddlesworth Project, it’s three days of music, arts, workshops and spoken word that sees local and national artists alike come together to celebrate the power of creativity. I caught up with a busy and buzzing ‘FuzzyJez’ toContinue reading “Pitch Festival”
A sucker for pretty books, a passion for scribbling, and an endless curiosity mean that I’ve tried plenty of journals over the years, but Meera Lee Patel’s Start Where You Are: An Illustrated Journal For Self Exploration has got to have been one of the most beautiful. Small and unassuming, this notebook focuses on embracingContinue reading “Start Where You Are: An Illustrated Journal For Self Exploration – Meera Lee Patel”
An evening of drawing is a particularly intimidating prospect. What starts off as something that all children will do on any piece of paper/wall/treasured white shirt becomes something to be revered and separated for only those who can. There’s not doubt that some people are blessed with exceptional creative or detailed skill, but everyone canContinue reading “Making marks – Mindfully”