Recently, I’ve made a move to London from Cornwall, so the thing that I love the most about London is probably seeing wacky dressed people on the tube amongst the suits and ties on my morning commute to work.
Favourite breakfast & restaurant?
Its a toss up between poached egg on toast with spinach and avocado or a veggie fry-up. My favourite place to have breakfast is Porthmeor Beach Cafe, where I can sit and take in the beautiful Cornish coastline and watch the surfers ride the waves.
What are you doing at:
6:00 AM – I’m definitely still sleeping.
10:00 AM – I’d usually be starting my shift at work. Sadly being a young emerging directing and making short films in my spare time isn’t something that is exactly paying any bills at the moment or sustain me financially.
12:00 PM – Favourite Lunch spot/meal?
Typically, I don’t have lunch at 12pm I find its too early, I prefer to eat later. When I lived in Cornwall my favourite spot to eat lunch was a beach cafe called Godrevy Cafe. I normally would have their homemade vegetarian soup, with an oat latte.
7:00 PM – Just getting in from work and thinking about cooking dinner.
11:00 PM – Usually finishing up my documentary research and treatment writing for the evening before heading to bed.
What drink do you need to get through the day and at the end (and how many)?
Strong black coffee and lots of water definitely throughout the day. Though at the end I do like peppermint tea.
Most used App/Favorite Instagram Account?
I wouldn’t say I have a favourite app or account, I try to spend as much time away from my phone and scrolling through social media as possible. I only tend to use that stuff to raise the profile of my latest work. I think it’s important to be bored and spend time by yourself, to take note of your feelings and emotional wellbeing.
What should everyone try at least once?
I would say everyone should trying counselling/therapy at least once in their life. You realise how little time people have focused on your thoughts, feelings, memories and emotional state. For an hour a week or whatever it is you can talk about anything thing to a person who will listen and share insight. It’s a place where you can let go of feelings of shame and embarrassment, to embrace all the difficulties and triumphs that have intertwine to make you.
Where do you enjoy getting lost?
On a walk through the woods or beach dunes with my dog Gus.