‘What I am most passionate about.’
I was born in a small town, Cork, in the heart of Ireland. As a kid, I remember watching famous stories that focused on the culture, arts, history and historical places in such as the Seavers, the Cheers gang among others.
After watching these movies, I felt that this was a nice place to stay if not to visit since everywhere seemed interesting and I had that passion of gaining more knowledge regarding the culture and arts of London. Since I was a small kid, I had a passion for both culture and arts, and both had an impact on various choices I made in my life.
In 1996, we moved to London, and this meant that I was to carry out my studies from London. One year later, I joined the University of London. My first experience in London was in 1996 during an excursion organized by the institution. I visited some of the cultural centers such as Paddington Arts, Asia House London Gladiator Amphitheater among other places. Also, I spend most of the time in the leading museums around the city looking for shows and exhibitions of arts
This was the period I learned a lot regarding the London culture, my recent experience in England was in 2016. I decided to carry out a research trip in the outskirts of London to learn archeological sites and associated research material from various archeological centers. Furthermore, London is an old city, and there are ancient places that I never wanted to miss such as Lockwood Reservoir’s Archeology, the London Outdoor Statue among others. Conclusively, all these experience has widened my horizon and enabled me to appreciate the diversity and uniqueness of different culture in different places