I’ve once again been approached by Future plc to help them with their special 200 issue of GamesTM Magazine. They wanted to explore the original Tomb Raider in a special feature article. I also got a mention 😉 Just got this in WH Smith 😁
Here’s one of the first videos that I produced for work.
It was very challenging and fun to do. Co-voiced by Shelley Blond, the original Lara Croft voice actress!
I usually use this blog to post about my trips to various places or about my latest achievements; the main purpose of this website was to showcase my work as I was looking to start a career in Media Production after I graduated.
However, things change. I am now employed full time and it’s probably time to adapt this blog and use it for various posts that aren’t fit for my gaming/tech website; this is one such post.
My LJMU Experience now featured in the latest British Council’s University Alliance Technical & Professional Excellence book, which highlights the strength of Alliance universities’ offer to international students and overseas partners.
University Alliance is an association of British universities. Its membership is made up of technical and professional universities with a mission to drive growth and innovation in Britain’s cities and regions through research, teaching and enterprise activity, with a particular focus on links with business and industry and applied research with real-world impact.
Last night I had an incredible experience; I went to see Tina Guo’s performance in the Albert Hall.
Tina and her band were absolutely fantastic!
As I recently started a drone enthusiast club, I’m always looking for picturesque places to visit, fly and take photos. And so, last Sunday, we were off to Rivington Pike.
It was my second trip to Rivington Pike and I knew that it offers some fantastic landscape views.
Armed with my DSLR and Mavic Pro I’ve managed to get lots of photos and you can see some of them in this post 🙂
During the final year of my Bachelor’s degree, I realised that I had a very few things on my CV. It wasn’t because I was lazy or too caught up with my studies, but more because of legal issues and boundaries that were imposed on me as an international student in the UK.