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Music journalist and photographer based in Southampton. I also enjoy writing about student life, mental health and any other issues that I think should be talked about


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Helping creatives through the coronavirus outbreak musician
The coronavirus pandemic has had huge knock on effects on many industries, in particular music. With tours cancelled as borders across the globe close and mass gatherings currently banned, artists are currently losing huge amounts of income. Many festivals including Glastonbury and and Radio 1 Big Weekend are also cancelled. Not only does this affect...
Understanding Dyscalculia clock
What actually is Dyscalculia? Dyscalculia is a learning difficulty that affects the understanding and processing of maths. It can also affect your ability to read analogue clocks, work out mathematical calculations inside your head, judging distances, counting backwards and reading out numbers the wrong way round or upside down. How does it affect children? During...
Why there needs to be mutual respect between artists and photographers Photography, artists, music, culture, Rosina Chalk, Kettle Mag
Photographing concerts is usally an exciting and rewarding experience for amateur photographers who want to practise their skills or professionals who make a living touring with bands or capturing live events for music publications. Photographing artists increases your network within the music industry and media portfolio, But it is not without it’s challenges. Aside from being...
Dealing With Anxiety At University 11080400_847952711944228_4196358388353018691_o.jpg
Starting university can be a daunting time. You’re in a new place with new people with new challenges ahead of you. Settling in and making friends usually takes time but sometimes, things can get a bit too much. Not only in your first year but right the way through to third year. I’m almost halfway though...