USA

PUT IT IN THE MOMA

Ironic for a city where it feels like everything is happening but honestly, I can’t really think of what else to say about New York. It robs you a little of words with how full on it is, and beckons to be revisited

PUT IT IN THE MOMA

HUMANS OF SAN FRAN

The thing that jumps forefront to my mind when I think of the San Francisco part of San Fran is Mr Darcy saying with supremely relatable awkwardness that, ‘the hills in this city can be quite unforgiving’ in an episode of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries. I didn’t take his advice and so I walked.

HUMANS OF SAN FRAN

SUBURBIA - SAN FRANCISCO

Perhaps it’s the weatherboard houses, the somehow desert-influenced surrounds and colours, and the sense of things being sun-bleached and weather-worn, but San Fransisco’s vibe was foreign in a completely different way to Europe.

SUBURBIA - SAN FRANCISCO

CHICAGOAN GEOMETRY

The fact my ‘To do’ list in Chicago had three words - one of which was the word ‘Chicago’ - is a good way to describe how I spent my time in my first US city ever: in the care of relatives and friends, blissfully doing nothing. The rest of the time, I just walked, and it did not disappoint.

CHICAGOAN GEOMETRY