July - An Update with Love

Faithful Reader! Gosh its been busy. Busy and hot. So hot that my poor flatmates have seen me in my pants more than I'm sure they'd appreciate. And who can say what that man opposite could see of me on the balcony. Anyway, it would seem summer is over now, and already my tan is fast fading. God I love a tan.

First things first. Its almost here. No, not the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who. No, not X: Men Days of Future Past. No, not ARTPOP. My film - GROWING PAINS. Here is the latest trailer. I hope you enjoy.
Growing Pains explores the lives of four 25 year olds over the course of a year whilst they experience their day to day lives, their woes, their worries and their hopes for the future.

Being 25 seems like such a strange time in someones life; not quite an adult, no longer a youth.

This film deals with the survival strategies employed by these four people to get them through being a 25 years old, and the so-called 'Quarter Life Crisis.'

Moving on. Lots of eyes in Bow:
Up to my knees in Christmas at work - dressing trees in my shorts and vest:
Waking up to Rihanna before LOVEBOX:
Checking myself in to the SANATORIUM at Whitechapel Gallery for some much needed therapy. Did the secret in a bottle test. God help the person who read mine aloud.
William Potter, aka The Quiff is Dead, aka Occasional Geek had his 25th birthday last week. We checked out Shake Shack and he showed me in his Forbidden Planet purchases - WELCOME TO YOUR QUARTER LIFE CRISIS:
The Royal Baby Window at Selfridges - being put together:
Vinyl ticketing applied:
Corgis ribboned and bowed:
The finished article:
Adding some way finding - CLARE:
With added BOY:
LOVEBOX on film - the chair swings - STUDIOGRABDOWN gold!
Checking out Alex Noble's installation atop of the viewing platform at CSM Kings X
The Dalston Rio:
Friday night: Some random boyz who I took a photo of for no apparent reason other than probably the most obvious.
Saturday morning: Waking up not in the best state to be confronted by a Special Weapons Dalek at the BFI's Doctor Who @ 50 event - Remembrance of the Daleks was the order of the day, vintage 1988 Doctor Who with Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred - diamond!
The GEEK deluge continued when William came over to mine on Sunday afternoon to record the Occasional Geek Test (check the post below):
CCTV catching me and B - DYE buying a salad (YES SALAD) from Mac Donalds.
On Monday, I checked into the RICH MIX for an X-Men fix - The Wolverine. A good film, I think, with an amazing fight scene on the bullet train, and probably the most pant wettingly awesome post credits scene setting up DAYS OF FUTURE PAST very nicely indeed. Wolverine is not my favourite X-Man though. That would be Mystique.
Rich Mix views:
Giant Crane (loves)
Instagrammed whilst sleeping (well its gone on every other site I have, why not here)
The Sentinels are coming:
Here are some nice teaser shot from Growing Pains:
And probably my favourite STUDIOGRABDOWN picture - yet:
LOVEBOX realness:
And I found this one the other day - #favourite 
Me with long hair - #ReinventionTour
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