Fun for all the family

It’s been a while since I’ve made a travel documentary, so here for your very own viewing pleasure this Sunday afternoon I have for you, a brand new doc! Featuring highlights from my recent trip to the Cairngorms National Park, and filmed on iPhone 4s edited on iMovie, for all those techno lovers out there. Hope you enjoy it.


An Undiscovered Treasure, Discovered.

There is never enough time to do everything you want to, see everything you want to, and say everything you want to in life.

Therefore when an opportunity presents itself, you jump at it. This past week, I have spent with my family staying in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, the UK’s largest national park and done my best to jump at every opportunity to do something different from the usual day-to-day life I lead.

You know those seemingly imaginary holidays you occasionally hear of people winning on the radio or TV? Well they do actually happen, through a stroke of good luck my father won a competition through Radio Clyde that was being organised through RockSolid PR company and the good folks at The Cairngorms National Park, whom I must thank for making this last week a truly incredible and thoroughly enjoyable experience.  Continue reading

T in the Park 2012

Once a year, a small city with a population of 85,000 drunk Scots pops up on the map, the 5th biggest city in Scotland every-time it forms, known to some as a mud-bath, known to most as the fantastic music festival that is T in the Park. This year I went along for the full festival camping experience.

This year was the festivals 19th occurrence, taking place in a disused Air Field in Balado, Perthshire, across no less than eleven stages, this years festivities saw around 180 artists serenade the crowds.

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Mr. Federico & I in the Bellevue Bar

The Swiss & Whiskey, A Love Affair, But Where To Drink It?

Undoubtedly one of Scotland’s finest creations, adored and loved not only by its own people and master blenders, but also by a ever growing international audience.

I’ve always been proud of all things Scottish, and take great pleasure in seeing Scottish products throughout the world on my travels. Living and working in Switzerland has afforded me the opportunity to get a bit more under the skin of what it really is that draw people to the Scottish Whiskey Industry.

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