Jazz, soul and a dash of flute

Jazz, soul and a dash of flute

Last night I went to the PizzaExpress Jazz Club on Dean Street for a gig. Nay – a basement gig (the best kind) – that was part of the restaurant’s New Generation music series. Similarly to the way the brand tied up with top Italian chef , Francesco Mazzei, to create a new range of […]

Why I’m not at COP15

In short, I should be. I finally got semi-accreditation at the end of last week (in the form of an NGO pass no less), but as is always the issue, logistics and red tape have been the only prohibiting factor in gaining access to the summit. Oxfam once again invested resource and time in sponsoring […]

Ghost Forest

I’m planning to visit Ghost Forest in Trafalgar Square, London on Monday. It’s an ‘original and ambitious art installation’ by Angela Palmer that visually expresses the connection between deforestation and climate change. The project itself involves a series of 10 rainforest tree stumps with roots still attached, which have been transported from Ghana and rearranged […]

Berlin, Berlin…

I’ve been in Berlin for the past two days for the Global Online Giving Marketplaces annual meet-up. I’d been invited to come and talk about ‘all things digital’, focused mainly on my work with G20Voice, Global Cool and WCAFI, as well as suggesting ways to interact better with a younger digital generation. Last night I […]