Tag: St John’s College

March 15, 2017 / / Cambridge

Daphne Chia and I met up for a ballet photoshoot at St John’s College. Despite the cold and the rain we climbed up on the roof of the Cripps building to get a better view, and…

March 6, 2017 / / Cambridge

Loved ones around us are touched by cancer in various forms. The Cambridge Pink Week seeks to raise awareness for breast cancer and to collect money for research and care. Emma Walsh and I teamed up…

November 28, 2016 / / Cambridge

Daphne Chia and I did a photoshoot on the Cambridge Backs, making the most of the beautiful autumn colours. We started at King’s College and then slowly made our way past Trinity College, to end…

November 5, 2016 / / Cambridge

Johannes Kepler’s aged mother Katharina might well have remained entirely in the shadows had she not, in the summer of 1615, been accused by a neighbour of being a witch. The case dragged on for…

February 3, 2016 / / Cambridge

“Oh God, let me not give in to hope.” The second instalment in David Hare’s critically acclaimed trilogy of British institutions, ‘Murmuring Judges’ takes a look at the inner workings of a bleak justice system.…

June 17, 2015 / / Cambridge

This morning the blog passed 100,000 views and what better way to celebrate that than with one of Cambridge’s best May Balls. Yesterday was St John’s May Ball, which simply put is a very grand…

June 2, 2015 / / Cambridge

Today I met up with Meg Honigmann, Ana Persinaru, Tabitha Hutchison, Grace Ding, Dommy Goddard and Jasneet Sian at St John’s College Old Library for a Varsity May Week photoshoot. Meg had procured a set of…

April 22, 2015 / / Cambridge

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April 22, 2015 / / Cambridge

Yesterday the weather was really good, so Katurah and I decided to meet up after her rehearsals to do an evening photo session at St John’s College. We had about half an hour before the…

April 19, 2015 / / Cambridge

This morning the cast of BARE went to St John’s College for an early photo session. We wanted to create a Catholic school atmosphere, and the old archways of the college provided the perfect backdrop.…