I have always liked to write, ever since I created and wrote a small sports magazine in primary school. I have always enjoyed it in a professional landscape within marketing in areas such as press releases and advertising copy, but it hasn't been until more recent times that I have started to get a lot more things down on paper.
In a way I reconnected with writing when on the road travelling and keeping a history of places and experiences, this then transformed into 'insipid magazine' an online pop culture publication and later 'journalistic thieves'. Writing is a great release, somewhat of a meditation practice which allows me to get great clarity and perspective by putting things on paper.
I would love nothing more than to create a platform to foster ideas and debate and share them with the public. Creating and writing new ideas via 'journalistic thieves' and 'scribbles on the wall' are some ways I am trying to fulfill my passion for writing.
A raw exploration into Sutter’s time in Plum Village - A new found appreciation of the present moment, finding enjoyment in doing nothing and an ability to forge a greater connection with his inner self lead Sutter to examine a whole range of relevant and contentious topics that every man and woman can relate to.
Scribbles on the wall is a reflection on life through experiences, observations, mistakes, regrets and successes, provoking debate, fostering ideas and raising opinion on everyday happenings; from alcohol and drugs to sex and religion, work, community and study to health, travel and friendship.