As a student in Brighton in the 80s, I was just as likely to be carrying a sketchbook as a camera. I used to spend endless summer days sitting in the sun, pencil in hand, recording Brighton’s architectural highlights. It was therefore quite a treat to be paid to... Between sunset and darkness is a magical time for photography, often referred to as the blue hour. “Hour” is a slight exaggeration however, and it feels more like a precious few minutes when you scramble around trying to capture all those tantalising... Growing up in Hastings & St. Leonards, I developed an early interest in architecture, and in particular the distinctive styles of the seafront. At one end, literally and metaphorically, stood the black weatherboarded fishermen’s huts, slightly menacing, to a... Award for novelty loo of the year! On opening the door, I laughed out loud. The wallpaper has a slight 3D relief to it, which makes it very realistic.