Alexandre Turgeon, Montreal

Name: Alexandre Turgeon Home town: Born in Montreal and raised from 0 to 7 years old in Hemmingford, on a farm with a beautiful forest Current location: Montreal What you do: Living life day by day How we met: We worked and lived together at M hostel in Montreal. He has since visited me in Brighton…

Two Sides of the Road: Zhuhai, China

How does the self fit into a new city? Does it lose itself among the different and surreal culture or does it shape the culture around the familiar and the self? On one side of the road there is a huge American style mall with bright lights and colourful Chinese symbols flashing at me.  There…

Eccentric London: Secret Cinema – Moulin Rouge

Secret Cinema is one of the most exciting events happening in London. Although tickets average at £40-£50 which is typically more than I’m willing to spend, the totally immersive experience makes it absolutely worth it. I don’t want to give too much away because the whole ethos of the event is that it is a…

A budget guide to Barcelona

Barcelona is one of my favorite cities in Europe. The city is rooted in history and culture, there is a great party scene and walking through the streets is like walking through a giant outdoor museum, featuring some of the greatest architecture you’ve ever seen. There’s 300 days of sun and one euro beer and…

Tip of the day: Bargain January Flights

I have two weeks free after my exams so I have been looking into going away next week somewhere in Europe while the flights are cheap. If you book through Ryanair you can get return flights to places like Berlin for just under £30 – literally the cost for me to get to my home in…

A guide to making some extra money: From home and away

Whether you’re studying, travelling or in full-time work, sometimes you need to make cash quick. There are plenty of ways advertised all over the internet but I am just going to write about the ways I have personally tried, tested and loved: Upwork: Upwork is free to join and is an American site that allows…

Around the World: Graffiti

As someone with a complete lack of artistic ability, I find graffiti, when done tastefully, very impressive. I think that graffiti can be amazing to look at, share a message and reflects the heartbeat of the city. Here are some of my favourite pieces I’ve photographed the last couple of years and some context behind them:…