June 2014 - Falmouth

Hi Everybody,

Its been bothering me for a long time now that I never really finished the project off properly. This was partly because of other university commitments, all of which are now finished. But it was mainly however because I did not want to face the fact that A Life's Walk and all the things connected to it, including performances, ideas, friendships and memories, was going to come to an end.

I now find myself here, in Falmouth at the end of my degree, ready to embark on my next journey as a professional working artist. Over the last few days I have looked back over the project and realised that actually there is no need to declaim that it is over. I finished the project with a sort of first draft of a performance and much much more to say and develop from the 50 days walking. I just wanted to let you all know, if anyone still visits this blog that is, that it is now my intention to develop the project into a short solo show which will aim to remap the project and my life into studio spaces and theatres.

The walk itself my be over, but the project itself lives on with me....

I am looking forward to diving back into the project and to re-connect with so many of you who I have lost touch with.

Best regards,


12th December 2013 - Location Unknown.

It's been a strange few days. A Life's Walk is over. About 2 months ago I cheesily imagined myself closing the project by saying  "the walk is over, but life continues". What I didn't anticipate was how hard it was going to be to come to terms with the fact that "life continues". After having such a drive for the last 50 days, such a meaning, waking up on Sunday morning at 5.30am with no planned destination, no planned activity, no need to even move, was a tough experience. I have spend the following few days not really doing anything. I think it is going to take me a little while to process the whole experience, however I am somehow struggling with the fact that the world has not slowed down to compensate for my return. I don't know why I expected it to, but its like I have been in that moment of weightlessness at the top of the roller coaster of life for the last 50 days and I have now suddenly been dropped straight back into the ride and everything is wizzing past me faster than I can take it in, and my list of jobs and places to be is already longer than I can handle - but still I feel like I have nothing to do. I think I just need more time, however I felt bad for not updating my blog yet. So I am pleased to say that I did complete the prokect but my life is currently in a state of rapid flux so when I have landed and am feeling a bit more grounded I will return here and wrap up the project properly. Check back in a week or so.

Until then,


7th December 2013 - Studio A, The Performance Centre, Penryn.

September 2013 - Falmouth

So despite being in my nice cosy student house last night I woke up this morning at my normal wild camping wake up time of 5.30am to realise that today is the big day, the day I've been walking towards for 50 days... the final shebang. Although its by no mean a final shebang, its more like a first shebang, as the show today is still really a massive experiment. I have changed the performance substantially since my Penzxance showing 2 weeks ago, but you would still be able to see that this one has grown from the last. I've got no idea what my audience are going to expecting from me, as I've told so many people so many different things about what I might be doing, but basically incase anyone is wondering, I would describe it as a collection of sewn together acts which are an attempt to help me try to make sense of what I've been doing for the last few months and why I've been doing it. Its full of risk, and improvisation... and its going to be alot of fun. If you are in the area I woul;d love you to be there: 1.30pm, Studio A, the Performance Centre, Tremough Campus, Penryn, TR10 9EZ.

I was listening to Vampire Weekend just after I woke up; this song suddenly seemed incredibly relevant in more ways that one...

December 2012 - Gyllenvase Beach

March 2013 - Nr. Rosemullion

January 2013 - Durgan