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a day in the life

Been day dreaming about this trip since March 2020, when it was initially cancelled. We finally got to stroll the pretty streets of Lisbon and Cascais. The long wait made the change of scenery, even more sweet. Here's what we got up to - Checked into the...

If you're planning to create a Day In The Life video on 22/02/22. Here are some tips and thoughts about the project, incase you’ve never planned, shot or edited one before. Think about what’s going to happen in your day… yes, it’s good to be open...

A new year, a new set of Day In The Life videos for the January session of the Handmade Film Making course. Always a joy to join in and document my everyday life in these mini videos. I love the ease of shooting on the phone and...

It’s been a while since I did a week of Day In The Life videos. So for the December session of the Handmade Film Making course, I decided to join in. It also gave me an opportunity to see experiment with the new iPhone 13...

March rolled around again and another session of Handmade Film Making to host and join in with. This was an opportunity to do some reflection because March 2020 was the start of the first lockdown. So would this year be different? or pretty similar as we're...

 Another week of daily films in 2020, created as part of Handmade Film Making course. You can see previous films from this year here. These films were initially created as Reels, which is part of the Instagram app where you can shoot, edit and upload video,...

I try to join in each time the Handmade Film Making course runs. It's been a challenge this year because of Coronavirus and pretty much staying at home most the time, as you can see from my films in March and April and May. July gave me a few opportunities...