• Life
  • The Hulliday: Part Three

    Emma and I rocked up at the Fruit Market. The sun was really low, it was really windy, and we were really bloody hungry. We had to eat before the hanger took over. First stop: The Humber Street Gallery for lunch and the Sarah Lucas exhibition. The street was like the rest of Hull in […]

  • Life
  • The Hulliday: Part Two

    The moment had finally arrived: buffet breakfast time. We went full-pelt. Cooked breakfast, Danish pastries, yogurts and raspberry compote, glasses of juice and two cups of tea. Our first error of the day was forgetting to bring our bags to breakfast with us, as we had grand plans to fill them with stolen pain au chocolat and […]

  • Life
  • The Hulliday: Part One

    I’ve been living ‘up north’ for over a decade now, and despite having covered a lot of ground in Greater Manchester and Yorkshire, I still hadn’t ticked Hull off my list. This was in part due to it winning the title of ‘Crappest Town’ in 2003 (which lingered in the back of my mind ever […]

  • Art
  • Inspiration: Kit Williams

    Discovering Kit Williams came just at the right time. I came across him a few years ago when I first read about his book Masquerade, but it was only recently that I delved a little deeper into his work, bought his other book ‘The Bee on the Comb’ (also known as ‘the book without a […]