Lady Bird review; A chorus for youth

With a singular vision to portray her own experiences in her youth, Greta Gerwig has spoken for us all. Greta Gerwig’s heartfelt, funny and deeply resonant film is so great and so full of life and love for the characters she portrays. While Lady Bird may contain several characters archtypes and isn’t necessarily as ground-breaking…

American Honey; On raging desire,roadtrip reflections and rural america.

American Honey’s vibrancy is unmistakable. Andrea Arnold’s perspective on rural suburban America is often interspersed with the ins and outs of a travelling band of teenagers and upbeat soundtracks. As Star (Sasha Lane) seeks a new beginning which brings her both healing and heartbreak, her journey brings about an inward reflection about her place in the entrenched,impoverished…

A bubbly post for Christmas

Merry Christmas Eve everyone :)) It’s fifteen minutes into Christmas over here…and I always stay up a little later well ya know…Santa is a busy guy okay! He can’t possibly make an appearance in every house RIGHT?! *defends Santa like a child* Anyhow, Christmas this year has been extremely hectic. Talk about 12 days of…

Fluid life

I was thinking of compiling a list of interesting night shots I captured during my trip holiday a month or so ago. I was playing around with the frame rate and the way I could essentially capture a snapshot of moving life. I’ve sort of developed a fascination with these kinds of photos and I…

My trip to Eastern Europe, part 5

Krakow, Poland. I didn’t have any pictures from the concentration camp we visited prior to this day, it just didn’t feel right to me. But I will talk about it, and if you do get the chance to come to Eastern Europe and Poland, try making a trip down to Auschwitz. Our tour guide for…

Jazzy Sunday

Hey guys! How’s your weekend been? I just thought I’d share some jazz soundtracks with ya’ll that I’ve been listening to this past week. It’s a perfect mix of soulful sounds and chill vibes. So wrap yourself up in sheets, have a tea beside that dim linoleum lamp, and soak in the music of angels….

Pete’s Dragon; Something different this way comes

Pete’s Dragon is Disney’s awesome new film that has in abundance, the breath of fire and emotion that it’s counterpart, The BFG, lacked. The opening 5 to 7 minutes is exceptionally beautiful. We’re led into Pete’s story and his character crises hits us so early its honestly quite a surprise. Openings aren’t usually this attuned…

Weekend post: Driving, dreamwave and the iphone 7.

So basically I passed my driving test yesterday. And I must say I was pretty surprised given that I always made mistakes during practical lessons that would have given me immediate fails. Failing to stop completely at stop-lines, striking kerbs, sometimes going into the wrong lane etc. I also went against my instructors advice of…

Don’t Breathe; A play on your senses

Don’t Breathe is the exact kind of film that horror fans will love. But it’s not horror. And it’s the kind of film that folks who just want a good time would enjoy as well. With a stunning soundtrack completely composed with household objects, this contained drama is as original horror house as you’re gonna…