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Past Work Portfolio

Whilst working as a Marketing Assistant at Gibsons, I was regularly asked to write press releases to promote their new products, which would then be sent on to various trade press magazines. 214 more words


THE SITTING room at 221b Baker Street, London, contained bookshelves, of course. But what were the books that Sherlock Holmes and his chronicler Dr. John H. 842 more words

The Game Is Afoot

Sherlock Fanedit.Org Banner

Just trying out a banner to submit to FE.Org now that my edit has been approved. Still waiting for it to be written up on the Database.

Update: Rejected


Geekfest Road Trip 2015 Part Two

If a geek is tired of London, then she is tired of life

….or something like that… 255 more words

Geek Adventure

Sherlock Edits Approved On FE.ORG


What’s This About? Basically to take the three episodes from the third season of the BBC Sherlock series and reimagine two of them

Episode One is The Little That Remains, a trim of “The Empty Hearse” (it’s named as such because it uses as little of the episode as possible, in addition to being a quote from the Holmes of the novels), removing such things as Sherlock’s explanation as to how he survived so there is some aura of mystery to his methods of survival and focuses principally on the case at hand rather than all the storyline details pertaining to the major arc of the series (except for one tiny detail that pays off in the third episode) 296 more words


221B Baker Street

With a little spare time in London, before heading home, we decided to visit 221B, home of Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes.

Getting off Baker Street tube, we climbed the stairs to the road above, just outside the station was a statue of Sherlock Homes, which captured the likeness of the detective, described by Conan Doyle in his novels. 105 more words