International Woman’s Day

A slightly belated post for #internationalwomansday on the financial gender gap and a few recommendations of brilliant creative work by women #IWD22

Repeating History?| ‘Munich’ and Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine.

Netflix recently released ‘Munich: The Edge of War’, a film adaptation of Robert Harris’s book. It centres around the Munich agreement, Chamberlain’s attempt to ensure peace in Europe via the negotiation of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. With Vladimir Putin’s Russia waging war on Ukraine, reading this book felt very apt for me, and terrifying. LookingContinue reading “Repeating History?| ‘Munich’ and Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine.”

The Future is Digital: a look at NFT’s

The Future is Digital – a bit obvious for a title isn’t it? Our entire lives are on the internet; from our social lives, our money, our work and now collecting. Buying and selling anything from original files of art and photography to car part designs at McLaren and first copy merchandise – it’s allContinue reading “The Future is Digital: a look at NFT’s”

The Superhero Movie Craze

Last week the ‘Spiderman: No Way Home’ teaser trailer was released breaking all records for the number of views, likes and discussions about it (not sure how they measure that last one!) Marvel has always had a devout fan base that grew with the movies they released, Iron Man (2008) made around $100 million inContinue reading “The Superhero Movie Craze”

Laurence Fox’s New Political Party: “Reclaim”

Laurence Fox is known more for his acting in TV Shows like Lewis or Victoria or in films such as Elizabeth: The Golden Age and Becoming Jane than as a politician. He first politically came to the publics attention earlier this year, in January, after controversial interviews and debates on Good Morning Britain and QuestionContinue reading “Laurence Fox’s New Political Party: “Reclaim””