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Knowledge is power. Three words, no doubt, that you have heard before. Day by day it’s becoming more apparent that this statement is more than a cute Instagram caption or a motivation Monday quote. In an era where there is a growing culture of entrepreneurship, one can’t help but wonder how many people really know …

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Last year Gully visited the Scottish capital to capture the atmosphere of the world’s largest performing arts festival; The Edinburgh Fringe. This year he made his way back to review a few shows ideal for someone in need of a good laugh. JOEY PAGE: PERHAPS UNDER STARS THAT WOULD STRETCH FOREVER (AN IDIOT EXPLAINS THE …

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It’s no surprise to anyone that we millennials have a hustling spirit which is admirable. We are constantly reminded through testimonies or threads on Twitter of young people doing big things or Instagram posts of our age mates living the lives we constantly  dream of. The ‘Forbes under 30’ list this year showed young entrepreneurs …

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Grace Jones! The flamboyant, wild personality that we all love and know. Now age 69 she’s even more striking and ready to go than she’s ever been, and one person who picked up on this fireball of energy was talented film writer and director Sophie Fiennes. Sophie completely stripped the living legend, revealing a more …

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     TOM NEENAN – ATTENBOROUGH  Tom Neenan, dry, quick witted and animated leads us through his trip to North America to meet the infamous Sasquatch or as most of us know it, Big Foot. Playing a young David Attenborough, many have shared their impersonations but Neenan’s celebration of the documentarian whilst bringing his own …

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  Last Saturday night, I attended the Blame the Consumer Premiere, where R.M. Moses and his team showcased a range of their latest, exclusive films. Blame The Consumer is a brand that takes pride in its high level of quality work, specialising in (but not limited to) short films, feature length, screenwriting, cinematography and documentaries. As a team …

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  Our very own journalist and West Herts second year Journalism student Sychelle Yanda takes her creative gift to the max when she publishes her own book called ‘Between Lovers – A letter Two the one’. The book is a story told from two ‘lovers’ points of views about their forbidden relationship (how it started and obviously …

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My name is Adrianna and I’m photography student at SGS college in Stroud Gloucestershire. I am 18 year old female who has been interested in photography since i was 10. After secondary school, I had time to decide on what career path I wanted to go in to and what my main focus in life …

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      Hey I’m Sellu, the face behind Creative Sellu. I’m graphic designer residing from North West London. I’m mostly known for my illustrations which you may see have seen on your social media. My motto is ‘keep it creative’ as it is a great motivator and keeps people engaged in what they do, and …

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  Studying a Drama and English Literature degree, I’m always contemplating whether or not I will be able to secure a relatively financially stable creative job after I graduate. No one has to remind me of how fierce and competitive the film and performing arts industry is. Doing years of research and practical training within the creative sector, …

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