Trying to get well-framed shots was much harder than I’d been expecting. Leaning right up against the window, I did my best to anticipate what we were about to pass, focus up, and get a second’s worth of video before we flew by.
Watch the video of Taplow Youth Choir’s leavers performing a specially-rewritten version of The Road Home, celebrating their time in the choir and on tour.
Last Saturday I went and made a film, which would deliver the good news about my (practical) driving test. The idea had been to create a kind of ‘sequel’ to my ‘First Ever Driving Lesson’ video – which, bizarrely,...
2014 was, for me, “a monumental year”. Here, in this year’s review film, I look back over the past twelve months, and explain why I annually make these such videos.
A common Christmas crisis: finding something suitably special for one’s nearest and dearest, when twelve months earlier it seemed unlikely you’d ever better that ‘one-off’ gift. Imagine, then, the struggle for the ad team at John Lewis, who every year give the Great British public greater and greater offerings.
I spent the morning at GoApe in Bracknell, with my friends Alex, Jay, and Oli. Here you can watch me complete the centre’s high-ropes course in a new video.
This afternoon, I joined a party from St Luke’s in our latest theatre outing, this time watching a matinee performance of Agatha Christie’s perpetually popular murder-mystery play, The Mousetrap, at Wycombe Swan.
There’s a new beast lurking in the waters around historic Windsor. Big and bright yellow, it’s not exactly difficult to spot – everywhere it goes, it attracts the attention of the people it passes. And not just when it’s on the Thames, but when it’s on the land too; it can both swim and crawl.