The Crane Index

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Looking north from the Perspective Building

Looking north from the Perspective Building

One of my first memories of moving back to London back in 2006 was a late summer walk with Lee. While standing on the Wobbly Bridge, we were amazed at the sheer number of cranes we could see count: twenty-seven cranes. Like my dad, I have a excellent memory for numbers, so even all these years later,  twenty-seven cranes sticks in my mind. Read More »

The Little Bar

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The other evening Lee and I watched an intriguing BBC show presented by Robert Peston about the death of the British High Street. Read More »

A (Care) Home with my Name on It

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Queens Court At the beginning of this year while at VelvetM (a networking Supper Club social I help organise), I cornered one of the attendees who worked with a charity called Independent Age, an organisation that provides advice and support to older people. Read More »

London’s Oldest Hotel Chooses Weeks360

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A Tale of Two Wheels in the City

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As taken from my bicycle

As taken from my bicycle

It’s now been over a year anniversary of moving into my shared studio space in central London. While at the time I knew it was going to be a very positive move for the business, it has also proved an incredibly positive change with regard to my cycling routine. It was a little over a year ago that I wrote about having my bicycle stolen, but after wiping my tears and filing my insurance claim, I replaced it with the exact same bicycle. (Why look beyond a perfect bike is my motto.) Read More »

Biggest Google Business Photo Tour Ever

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When I embarked on the journey of becoming a Google Trusted Photographer back in January 2012, it sounded like a very interesting idea: working with local businesses to create photo tours that are linked to Streetview and Engage The Crowd which allow users to “walk” in off the “street” and explore inside. Early on, I hit the real street myself, going door-to-door educating local businesses on this new service and of course doing my best to get them on board for a shoot. Read More »

Super Lawyers

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Thomson Reuters publicationThis past weekend was one of my favourite London weekends. Friday evening, dinner with a group of friends; on Saturday we got up early to mooch about town, a pint of beer at the local, then home for a quiet evening together. Sunday was rounded out with the weekly grocery shop and then an afternoon lunch with Lee’s folks. The weekend whizzed by, but after all the hullabaloo of getting married, finishing off our kitchen and visiting a few friends over the last several weekends, a quiet weekend at home was just what the doctor ordered. Read More »

Finding Joan

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Google Business PhotosThe last couple of months have been a lot of fun. Having established Weeks360 early on and being the fourth certified Google Trusted Photographer in the UK, I’ve started to see the momentum pick up with regard to companies wanting to get their businesses photographed. Read More »

Robbed

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Whyte Portobello bikeA couple of weeks ago, my bicycle was stolen from outside South London College in Clapham. While I am more than well aware of the risks involved with owning a bicycle in a major city, I have to say, I was both shocked and gutted by the loss. Read More »

Weeks360 – Google Business Photos

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