Sorry about the mess that the blog page is in at the moment, I'm making some big changes to the website. I've started from scratch with the design and built it entirely myself because I don't like Weebly's way of doing things. The blog is the last thing to be updated and I will hopefully have it running smoothly at some point in the future!
I also want to move this entire site away from Weebly as I have come to despise it. No matter, it is here now and will stay here until that time comes.
You may be seeing a few changes round here soon. First off: I am trying to make this site a bit easier on the eyes, and I have started by marking all the pages that need updating with an 'In Development' style. NOTE: ALL THE PAGES STILL WORK, YOU JUST HAVE TO IGNORE THAT THEY ARE GREYED OUT!
OK, in all honesty this has nothing to do with Christmas. In fact, Christmas has been the last thing on my mind over... Christmas.
Before I start, I better point out I'm listening to 'Forgot About Dre' whilst writing this post. Yup, that's the first thing: since I last did anything noteworthy on the internet, my taste in music has dramatically changed.
It's been too long since I posted a blog last, which I am extremely apologetic for. I just wanted to say that I will be working harder than ever before during this year and I have already started that by bringing up my focus and efforts on education and social life (I hope I've got my priorities right this time). I will be working on some big projects this year, so stay tuned!
This image is one of many of my Media Studies works and is a creation of mine using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. This is the logo for a blockbuster action movie called Central Intelligence. I have made a multitude of other things during my GCSE course and they can be seen on my website for school here.
I have also added a collection of poems to this website which I have written myself. They are all based on experiences and ideas and thoughts of mine and some are pretty deep. I enjoy writing poetry so expect that collection to expand. You can check the poetry out under the "Work" tab of this website.