Search me, O God!

“Our inner thoughts are a lamp from the Lord, and they search our hearts.” (Proverbs 20:27)

“Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” (Psalm 139:23+24)

Food for thought

Final Year Architecture Project


Background: An individual project based in the industrial port village of Sharpness, Gloucestershire, England. The aim was to create an industrial building (loosely) that enabled public interaction.

Individual Brief: Sharpness Food Centre is a local food hub inspired by the food cycle stages (growth, consumption, and organic waste). The project is designed to reduce food miles, and therefore encourage the people of ‘Sharpness’ to buy and grow food locally. The site includes a cookery school, farmers market, allotments, vegetable garden and an orchard overlooking the canal-side promenade.

5 Month Review: May 2015

Bristol Harbourside

Hello. Summers virtually here and I haven’t been as busy on the blogging front, but here’s a quick look back on all posts from the last month. To bulk it up a little, I’ve also included some previous posts you may have missed. Thanks again for stopping by, supporting and engaging with the material 🙂

All Posts (May 12 – June 12, 2015)

– Visiting Belfast, Northern Ireland [PHOTOGRAPHY] – Taken while on a recent visit to this lovely city. Check it out!!

– “Budget Airline Tales” – Short Poem [POETRY] – Inspired to write this while sat in the departure lounge on route to Belfast.

One’s you may have missed

– The Angry Sharpness Monster [POETRY] – Resulting from a day long story telling/creative writing workshop as part of my final year

– Chipolopolo 2015: Can History Repeat Itself? [POETRY] – A throwback to the “good times” of Zambian football, namely 2012 edition of the Africa Cup. I wrote this poem just before the tournament this year, but sadly we fell drastically short of our own standards set in 2012.

– Learn generosity when you are poor [THOUGHTS] – A few thoughts on generosity, inspired by a sermon I heard around that time

– Mindless Violence – Short Poem [POETRY] – Short, Snappy, rhyming poem against mindless violence. Written back in January, it was one of my early favourite poems