My summary of February 2019

This month has appeared to be more productive than I originally thought. In fact, I’ve been so busy, I had to publish this summary a week later than planned. Freelance Work These past few weeks, I’ve been deep down in various freelance jobs for Disability Horizons and AccessAble: I wrote an article at Disability Horizons… Continue reading My summary of February 2019

Is there a gender gap in rock music?

I’ve been following the rock & alternative music scene for a decade now and it has occurred to me that there are fewer female than male musicians within this genre. Looking through my rock playlist, which consists of over 2300 songs, approx. 98% of the bands and artists are male and only 2% are female… Continue reading Is there a gender gap in rock music?

Assistive Tech Tips: AccessAble app review

Following my Assistive Tech Tips series last year, I want to share a new post reviewing the new AccessAble App, which officially launched into the Apple and Google Play Stores. It was developed by a national disability organisation, AccessAble, who I became the Hampshire Champion for back in November 2018. About the AccessAble App The… Continue reading Assistive Tech Tips: AccessAble app review

Music Interview: The King of Mars

Today I welcome you The King of Mars; an American band with a modern twist on the old school sound of rock n’ roll. This is definitely my favourite new music discovery of the year so far: ____________________________________________________________ Band name: The King of Mars Members: John Bruner (vocals/guitar) Matt Gordon (guitar/vocals), JJ Frale (bass), Randy Deadman (keys/vocals),… Continue reading Music Interview: The King of Mars

New adventures at Disability Horizons

I’ve been a writer for Disability Horizons for almost 7 years now. A majority of my work consists of writing up articles from home. However, this year my role is becoming bigger and better. Firstly, on Wednesday 27th February, I will be taking part in my first reporting role for Disability Horizons. I’m heading to… Continue reading New adventures at Disability Horizons