Located somewhere off the beaten path, surrounded by rustic vibes and lush greenery, JBCS is a place for ceramic enthusiasts. Besides housing a community of potters and artists working with clay, this place has a gallery, sells pottery related materials and equipment and offers classes for anyone who is interested to get acquainted with pottery. In here also lies a part of Singapore’s pottery heritage, one of the last two remaining dragon kilns.
If you find Quarries park and playground you have to keep walking, over the hill towards the creek and then down to the creek trail to find this secret place. It's a labyrinth made from blue stones and is maintained by a voluntary group of mystical new druids or something, for all to use. A great place to find and walk the path, focus your thoughts and clear your mind. Best when it is a frosty morning, like in this pic.
I dont like flash bars and pubs. I like committed boozers where you might get away with falling over or being a bit cheeky. This is my favourite pub in Brighton called the Heart and Hand. The juke box is full of some superb 45s inc The Who's Mary Anne with the Shaky Hands, Love's a House is not a Motel and Buffalo Springfield's I am a Child. The ales not bad and the bar staff are usually very nice.
Recently featured in Entrepreneur Magazine and known on the NYC tech scene as the interior designer of choice, Danielle has a uniquely eclectic, yet slightly industrial take on design. She has displayed her expertise in the design of high profile start up spaces like SeatGeek, Eligible, Codecademy, Venmo, Fueled, Newscred, Contently, Kitchensurfing and Gilt. As well as collaborating with General Assembly and Knotel on their respective build-outs.
I wanted to be an artist since I was little. I told my mother that I wanted to be a painter, but she stopped me and my imagination was stuck after that. At university, I studied English Literature, my favorite author is Haruki Murakami. I have a strong passion for film photography and travel.
Analog photography is like me, natural, authentic and sincere. I dream that I'll travel the world and take photos, publish a photo book and run an exhibition. I am currently working as a gallery manager and living a happy life in Bangkok.
Will Anderson is a BAFTA winning Writer/Director from the Scottish Highlands. Will’s first short film ‘The Making of Longbird’ won over 30 awards internationally at film festivals & received a British Academy Award in 2013. Since then he has written and directed other shorts films including ‘Monkey Love Experiments’ with co-director, Ainslie Henderson, and is currently in production on his first feature project.
Will also works as a freelance writer, director & animator on film, television, web & interactive projects.
German born Dennis Schoenberg moved to London to study Film and Audio-Visual Production and subsequently completed an MA in Photography at Westminster University. Dennis then went on to work as a photographic assistant for Rankin at Dazed & Confused before moving to New York to assist Steven Klein. On returning to London Dennis became Studio Manager for Turner Prize winner Wolfgang Tillmans.
Throughout this time Dennis built up a relationship with i-D Magazine for which he started working as a freelance photographer after having left his position at Wolfgang Tillmans. Since then Dennis has been working as a portrait and fashion photographer as well as a video director.
Hi! My name is Marina but everybody calls me "Mara". I studied fashion & textile design, worked as graphic designer for the fashion industry and now I am an independent Image Maker (photographer + art director). I create content for the food + fashion + beauty + home.decor + lifestyle industries.
Foodie by heart.