Family portraits, those picture perfect memories, the one central message radiating from the framed image: we are normal, we are unified, we are a family. Families are complicated and messy, filled with flaws and intricacies and little moments which become … Continue reading WHAT WE INHERIT
In the mirror is someone who resembles you. Something close to how you are, what you look like, but just a little off. Others see versions of us which we often curate specifically for them- we get coffee with this … Continue reading BE THE MAIN CHARACTER OF YOUR STORY
You remember it- that childlike pure love of something. The one element running through your formative years which you clutched onto like the promise of a future worth experiencing. We think of it like something we can step into, some … Continue reading SHOULD YOU GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS?
We walk through life as vessels of influence and impact. We design our exteriors to show others what we’d like them to see, carefully constructing the pieces so that we might influence their understanding of us. We orchestrate a life … Continue reading SHOULD WE CARE WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK?
In the weeks between winter and spring, the temperature cracks a few degrees higher and brings the falling rain along with it. Great deluges crash at the windows as the TV echoes it’s ever-dramatic news stories. The minimum weekly is … Continue reading THE MINIMUM WEEKLY #9
Life is packed full. Tyre tracks in the sand, only to be rushed away with the tide. We run alongside the speeding truck of life, thinking that if only we can keep up, we will become who we’re meant to … Continue reading HOW TO KNOW YOURSELF
Nights get a little brighter. Lately the skies wait a moment longer before the blackness descends over the rooftops. Birdsong sounds earlier. We feel a little better when the weekly news has one positive story among the bleakness. We tap … Continue reading THE MINIMUM WEEKLY #6
Who are you? The identity cards in your wallet, they’re not quite you, you’re not that grey and strange rendition of yourself taken in a photo booth of some overlit supermarket. The books you own, that complicated combination of inherited … Continue reading WHO ARE YOU? THOUGHTS ON IDENTITY