Monthly Archives: September 2014

Catchy Title

Catchy Title

First published in The Guardian, 11 June 2014 The Inquisition was a Catholic Church body with the purpose suppressing heresy. But did you know it still exists? Its current name is Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. It was founded in 1229 to combat the Cathars, otherwise known as the Albigensians – a mass heretical […]

Alain de Botton

Alain de Botton

First published in The Guardian, 28 May, 2014.   Alain de Botton is a mix of philosopher and self-help guru. A clever, busy guy, he has written books like “How Proust Can Change Your Life”, “The Consolations of Philosophy” and ‘Status Anxiety”; made TV shows based on his books and is a founder of The […]

HEAD

HEAD

Here’s a short 8 minute film I made with a few friends some years ago called Head.  In case you are unaware, you click on the blue word to see it – this is called a link! (this is assuming you have already clicked “continue reading”. Go on, click it.). The film has nothing to do […]