I am British Nigerian. Which for me means, I am born and raised in England but I am of Nigerian heritage because that is where my parents are from. Finding my own cultural identity has been a long journey because I have never felt British enough to be fully British or Nigerian enough to be fully Nigerian.
Being part of a subsection of a subsection of a subsection of society (a subsection squared, if you like!) in the creative industry is an interesting and unique experience to say the least.
As a trainee journalist, when people say bad things about the media industry I feel personally attacked. I believe the media is an important part of every society. It should serve as the voice and mirror of the people, reflecting what is happening but also shouting about what should be happening. It is the belief […]
A couple of weeks ago I confirmed a new freelance client. I will be providing social and digital media help, alongside some PR, photography and marketing support. It was very exciting to be hired by a business to do this because it is essentially what I do for myself and have done for other people […]
My sister and I spent four days and four nights in Portugal’s beautiful capital city, Lisbon (Lisboa). We had the best time and I have gone on to christen this little getaway my best trip yet! Lisbon is a nice sized city so you can walk about it very comfortably but also have a lot […]
By Chijioke Anosike What do you get when you mix exotic wood with a man who lives for attention to detail? You get In The Grain, Darren Appiagyei’s, product design company which specialises in bespoke wooden pieces to cater to your tastes. In The Grain is a design company which aim is to give unique […]
There is nothing better than being surrounded by beautiful (inside and out), strong, empowered women – all supporting and motivating each other. – This is what is known as a Gathering of Queens.