Who Am I?

Hi, my name is Francesca and I’m a 20 year old student studying Multimedia Technology and Design at UKC.

I still have a love for all things arty, especially digital art. I work as a freelance web-designer on occasion (I make this sound more impressive than it is) and will soon be working as a Web Marketing intern in London.

I love photography. I do not claim to be good at it, but its nice to get out there and just snap. I think I have a good eye for photographs even if I lack the technological skills. I currently have a Sony A350 DSLR. I have a passion for vintage cameras and have just started processing my own film in our university dark room.

I also enjoy waffling. I guess if you’re hear you might care a little, so please let me know if you enjoy anything you read.

Tonbridge - The River Medway and a view of Tonbridge Castle

Tonbridge - The River Medway and a view of Tonbridge Castle

Me and my rabbit Lottie

Me and my rabbit Lottie


7 Responses to “Who Am I?”

  1. i’ve read this. GET BACK TO WORK

  2. Read and will catch up with the rest soon.

    Jo (jcl_24 from RO) xx

  3. ‘I find myself walking down the street writing diary extracts to myself in my head,’
    I didn’t realise other people did that! Phew 😛

    Great ramblings, by the way 🙂

  4. Love reading your blog so far, congratulations on getting in to MMU!
    I’m thinking of getting a blog as well as I can’t summarise my own thoughts in my head 🙂

  5. I love your site. Keep it up !

  6. I READ THIS. your site is amazing haha 😀

  7. I read this. 🙂 It’s a lovely blog. Also your Rabbit has the same name as me. Awesome! =D

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