FFG Eats: Motley at Qbic, Whitechapel, London

If you had asked me about anything “East London,” last year, I would have told you you’d have better luck asking for advice about visiting Timbuktu. I knew the grand sum of nothing about this part of the world. I’ve lived North and West for my entire career in London and have only ever ventured East for photoshoots now and…
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FFG Eats: Kitchen W8

This one’s for the foodie. I have finally eaten at Kensington’s Kitchen W8, our neighbourhood Michelin starred restaurant. It should be noted that it will forever be strange to acknowledge that I live near a place that could have a Michelin star. I can remember thinking, as a child, that this meant you were living the good life. Michelin starred…
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FFG Travels: Chapel House, Penzance, Cornwall

The older I get, and let’s not sugarcoat this people, as I am ageing rapidly, the more inclined I am to seek out places that bring me tranquility. Long gone are the adventure excursions on a monthly basis. They’ve been replaced by a hunt for something that will quiet my soul and give me a moment or two to just…
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A St. James’s Christmas

Whenever I get asked about a neighbourhood that can’t be missed in London, St. James’s is always the first suggestion that comes to mind. This is the place in which I learned the trade of public relations. This is neighbourhood that guided me into a love affair with one of the most spectacular cities in the world. From small local…
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FFG Travels: The Scarlet Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall

Cornwall has always been a rather mysterious place for me. For years, I’ve heard friends talk about their summers in Newquay, while I flew back to the USA to enjoy the warmer months, with guaranteed sunshine, alongside my family. Then, two years ago I was handed a book that, well, changed everything. Written by Milly Kenny-Ryder, The Weekend Journals Guide…
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