Gallery #140

This month’s issue was subject to the theme of ATTRACTION.

I must admit, my brainstorming time for this piece took twice as long as usual. I was stumped for inspiration, but eventually found my grounding to the thing I’m attracted to most; home.

In this month’s issue, I discuss the attraction of Jersey, my safe place, my home. I’ve so far had some lovely feedback on the piece, so I’d love to know what you think too!

Be sure to have a flick through and read the brilliant articles featured in the issue.

Gallery #139

This issue of Gallery was created around the theme ‘EAT’.

Now, when I think of EAT, I think of indulging in food, enjoying the unhealthy things in life and experiencing new things. What my article looked at, however, was how our relationship with eating can have a detrimental effect.

In this month’s issue, I investigated how calorie and macro counting has become a new craze of weight loss management in children and teens, and what we need to do to prevent our relationship with food and fitness causing us anxiety and low self esteem.

Check out the piece here, and be sure to have a flick through and read all the other great articles contributed to this exciting issue.

Gallery #138

Our second Gallery of the year talked about all things Earth. Writers explored the possibility of humans in space, how we can do better to nurture the planet, and what islanders are doing right now to make the most of the land.

In our monthly ‘Appetite’ section, I explored how allotments and kitchen gardens have blown up in Jersey.

Take a look at the issue below, or click here 

Gallery #137

The first 2017 issue of Gallery is now live! A great way to start the new year, looking at present and future possibilities of who rules our world.

In this issue, I took a look at Noam Chomsky’s new book “Who Rules the World?” and had a very serious chat about what we as a society must do to better our world. On the flip side, I also took a look at the world’s top food manufacturers, the up and coming ones, and some great little local Jersey based food businesses who are new on the block here.

Take a look at the magazine here!

Gallery #136

The final issue of 2016 has the very fitting theme of ‘Reflective’.

Here we take a look back, with loads of features based around everyone’s interpretation of reflection.

A really great way to end this fantastic year of opportunities for me, I’m so glad to be working with the Gallery team and am excited to see what 2017 will bring.

Take a look at the issue below, or click here 




Gallery #135

I give you, the Bright issue.

This month Gallery explored the all things bright and manly, and I took the opportunity to discuss the not so bright and grossly manly, Donald Trump. To be taken with a pinch of salt, I hope you enjoy it.

There are also, as always, some other really great content from some great contributors so be sure to take a read of their great work.

Have a look at the issue below, or click here 

Gallery #134

Here we have the ‘Collective issue’ of Gallery magazine.

This month I wrote a food feature on our collective eating habits, and what we need to STOP doing during them.

Some really great work went into this issue, and as always it was a pleasure to work for Gallery.

Take a look at the issue below, or click here 





Gallery #133

This month’s Gallery Magazine comes with the theme ‘Urban’.

We had some really thought provoking and intriguing contributions this month, and I feel so lucky to have my work shown alongside then.

I loved writing for this issue, and got to interview some really interesting people. I hope you enjoy it!

Take a look at the issue below, or click here 

Gallery #132

Here we have my first ever issue contributing to Gallery Magazine.

For those who don’t read it, every month the magazine has a different theme. The August issue came with the theme of ‘Speed’, so all the content you see is based on the writers interpretation of that concept.

I had such a great time writing these articles, so have a flick through and take a look at the amazing content from loads of great writers.

Take a look below at the issue or click here