Category Archives: Inspired

The Classic Creatives: Joyce Grenfell


Joyce Grenfell (1910-1979) was a British entertainer, famed for her songs, monologues and acting. After her death, volumes of her personal letters to friends and family were published, and universally adored.

Laughter was Joyce’s forte, and her roles in films such as the St Trinians series and The Happiest Days of Your Life secured her status as one of the great female comic actresses of the 1950s. However, it was for her brilliantly witty and fast-paced monologues and songs that Joyce is best remembered, including George, Don’t Do That – have a listen below. Continue reading The Classic Creatives: Joyce Grenfell


5 tips for travel writing, by Emma Vince of travel blog Wandercloud

Writer and editor of blog Wandercloud Emma Vince shares her tip for making your travel writing come alive…

As a writer for work and wannabe globetrotter for play, it made sense to start a blog, Wandercloud, to keep some of my thoughts and photographs together from the places I’ve travelled.

Writing for fun on Wandercloud is very different to how I would pitch or write at work; here are a few things I try to consider when blogging about travel… Continue reading 5 tips for travel writing, by Emma Vince of travel blog Wandercloud

INSPIRED: Thomas Pitilli

We chat to native New Yorker and crazy-talented illustrator Thomas Pitilli, 29, whose work has appeared in the likes of New York Times, Washington Post, Playboy and Variety, to name but a few…

Describe yourself in 10 words or less…

Creative, inspired, stubborn, awkward, Scorpio, driven, skinny.

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