Project For Awesome 2015

Friday, 11 December 2015

The 11th and 12th of December may seem like any ordinary days, but those two days marks the events of Project For Awesome! Project For Awesome is an amazing even spanning two days on the 2nd week of December every year, and each year money is raised for two charities chosen by it's founder, Hank and John Green (commonly know as VlogBrothers on Youtube).

This year the two charities are Save The Children and  Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and 20 other charities will also be chosen by the online community by voting on other online creators videos that they have made for the event.

The charity that I will be supporting this year is the charity Mind. Mind is a wonderful charity that helps people in the UK and Wales who are suffering with Mental Health problems. Mental Health is something that I have personally struggled with and has caused devastating effects for many people who live with it. 

Here is my video.

It would mean a lot to me if you could vote on this video on the Project For Awesome website as that means that some money will be able to go to this charity!

Love, K :)

Sunset Chasers

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Yesterday, myself and my friends Hannah, Fraiya and Vicky all had a little adventure! We all hopped into Vicky's car and quite literally drove off into the sunset and along the way took some amazing pictures! These pictures were so lovely that I thought I just had to share them with you all! Some of the pictures were taken by myself and some were taken by Hannah, but I cannot remember which ones! 

Winter Wonderland 2015! - Pictures

Sunday, 6 December 2015

So yesterday, me and the family went up to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park (again!). We all went around this time last year (you can read the blog post here) and we all had so much fun! It did seem a lot bigger this year, and we also went at night time, as last year we went during the day, so it was really nice to see it all lit up and looking even more Christmas-y!

This Ferris wheel was there last year we all visited! I have never been on it before, but I'm sure it has some amazing views from the top! You should be able to see the whole of Hyde Park and more! 

This is one of the entrances to the park! I love how festive it looks and really loved the garlands and fairy lights around it!

Around an area in Winter Wonderland, there was a man carving huge statues from wood! There were a few statues located around this one area and they all looked incredible! They must have taken ages to carve! The man working on them also displayed a few pieces of his work around where he was working himself, which includes the two pictures below of a wizard and of a beautifully carved table!

I hope you've enjoyed this post! Have you been to Winter Wonderland? What was your favourite part?

Love, K :)

Simple Micellar Cleansing Water | Beauty Review

Wednesday, 2 December 2015

I love the Simple products so much, and when I saw that they brought out a new product, I just had to try it! Micellar Cleansing Water not only cleanses your skin leaving it purified and clean, but it also removes make-up! BONUS! I normally use this product at night-time. If I have had a long day at work or if I'm going to bed late and don't want the hassle and kerfuffle of using make-up remover and a cleanser/toner, I use this beauty. 

I love that I can only use one cotton pad for both jobs, as it effectively takes all of my make-up off and does cleanse my skin very nicely. I have to say, I am very impressed with this product! The only down side of it is that it doesn't smell the best; a smell similar to off apples or if you're going through an orchard in late Autumn and all of the apples are falling off the tree and are on the floor (quite a descriptive smell I know, but that's what it reminds me of).

Once again, this product boasts ingredients of multi-vitamins and is suitable for sensitive skin! With three vitamins, two skin-loving ingredients and no harsh perfumes or colours. WINNER!

This is definitely a brilliant new addition to the Simple range and I will absolutely be buying more of this when it runs out!

What do you think of this product? Have you tried it yet? Let me know what you think in the comments below!

Love, K :)


Monday, 30 November 2015

I am so excited to start Vlogmas! If anyone here doesn't know what Vlogmas is, let me explain. Vlogmas is a lovely time of year were many people on Youtube vlog each day from the 1st of December till Christmas Eve (24th, but some people continue to Christmas day). I have never done vlogmas before and am quite daunted by the task of finding something different and fun to do each day that people would want to watch. But never fear, my little ones, for I have been doing some planning and have a few lovely festive things lined up!

This will definitely be a challenge for me as I will be uploading a video on my second channel each day from the 1st of December till the 24th of December and have never done this amount of continuous vlogging before, but I am excited to see whats in store for me throughout the 24 days of filming.

I will be filming all of my vlogs on my Samsung WB250F Camera which is the camera that I started off filming all of my main channel videos on, but now I have my Canon 750D, I have demoted the Samsung to a vlogging camera. Along-side the vlogs, I will still be uploading videos on my main channel every Saturday at 5:30pm, and you may even get to see how I prepare for a video and the equipment I use!

I love Christmas and all of the festivities surrounding it, so hopefully this should be a lot of fun! 

What are you doing for Christmas? 

Love, K :)

Christmas Reading | Booklist

Friday, 20 November 2015

Christmas is a great time to snuggle up on the sofa and read a good book or two, so I thought I would share with you all some of my favourite books to read at Christmas time! Some of these books will be some that I own and some that I haven't read yet but like the look of/want to read.

Most of the books mentioned in this list are fantasy. I love fantasy books, and thought that with it being such a magical time of the year, a little extra magic wouldn't do any harm! So grab yourself a cup of hot chocolate and a blanket because this is going to get cozy!

1 - Harry Potter & The Philosophers Stone - J.K Rowling

I know it's not a book solely dedicated to Christmas, but something about this book makes me feel cozy and fuzzy inside. Maybe it's because I have grown up with this book and the rest in the series for most of my childhood, or maybe it's the way that JK Rowling presents Christmas within this book. The reason that I have chosen the first book is because whenever I read it, I feel like I've returned home. I feel like the first book, because it's readers at the time of publication would have been young, feels more magical and full of wonder and the way that the settings, events and world are presented just makes our own world feel like it has a little bit of magic in it too.

2 - The Northern Lights - Phillip Pullman

I read this book in my early teens and really fell in love with the world Pullman had created. It is set in a parellel universe to the one we know and tells the story of a young girl named Lyra who goes on an adventure to the Arctic to save her best friend. This book is filled with fantasy and imagination and is a great read for all ages!

3 - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe - C.S Lewis

This is a great read for children (and the film is really good too!). But not known by many, this book is actually the second in a series of seven books taking place in the world of Narnia, In this book, the Pevensie children have to save Narnia from the White Witch who has ruled Narnia for 100 years and has forced the land into a deep Winter, and Father Christmas also makes an appearance too! If you have loved the films, you will definitely love the books even more!

4 - A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens

This is such a classic Christmas tale! I read this whilst at school (as I think most schools in the UK study this book at some point). Even though the vocabulary used within this book might be a bit confusing for some, it is definitely worth the read and holds a heart warming message about Christmas and the act of giving and generosity. My favourite adaptation f this classic book is The Muppets Christmas Carol starring lots of familiar faces from the Muppets and Michael Caine.

5 - Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - J.R.R Tolkien

Although this book isn't Christmas-y at all, I read it over the Christmas period last year and loved it! I have grown up watching the Lord of the Ring films and now in my late tees have seen the book of the Hobbit been adapted into films, so this book and the rest in the series have been with me for a while and also mean a lot to me. This book is recommended for older readers from about 14 upwards as the story does get quite dark at some points and the sheer magnitude of the story-line can be quite confusing for some (think Game of Thrones story-lines).

6 - The Polar Express - Chris Van Allsburg

Now, I have never read this book, but I loved the film! This is a great red for young children as the book is only 32 pages long and tells of a heart warming story of a young boy who finds a train waiting outside his house one night which takes him to the North Pole. This small book is all about the magic of Christmas and one of my favourite lines from the film, and is also in the book is: "At one time, most of my friends could hear the bell, but as years passed, it fell silent for all of them. Even Sarah found one Christmas that she could no longer hear its sweet sound. Though I've grown old, the bell still rings for me, as it does for all who truly believe"

7 - The Snowman - Raymond Briggs

Everyone has seen the beautiful film of The Snowman! Well, why don't you take a look at the book! Although this book consists of pictures and no words, it's illustartions captivate Christmas and is a delight for young readers! 

Maybelline Browdrama Sculpting Brow Mascara | Beauty Review

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

After constantly browsing the make-up aisles in my local drugstores, I decided that I couldn't find anything for my eyebrows that would make them look more 'fuller' without them looking tacky or too dark. 

BUT THEN, behold the wondrous item that is Maybelline's Browdrama Sculpting Brow Mascara! In the beginning I was looking more for a pencil or a powder to fill in my brows as I was going to buy Maybelline's Brow Satin filling powder and pen, but then I stumbled upon this little gem. 

I never thought of buying a brow 'mascara' before as I thought that it would make my brows look too full or too dark, but I was so so wrong. The brush is quite similar to a normal mascara brush, but the end of this brush is rounded to make an easier application on the brow, which is something I really liked. The bristles on this brush also makes it easier to stop clumping and to feather out each lash/hair. I found that to use the slimmer part of the brush, you have to use it at an angle, but still does wonders to my brows!

Priced at £4.99 I really couldn't not buy it! I have seen a few other items similar to this product, but they were at higher prices; this is definitely the best priced brow mascara I have come across so far!

I found that this product makes my eyebrows look more naturally fuller and thicker without it looking like I have applied powder or any other 'brow enhancer'.

I have light/medium brown hair colour and bought the product in a dark brown because my eyebrows are quite dark anyway. They also off this product in shades Deep Blonde, Medium Brown, Dark Brown and Transparent.

I love the fact that they also offer a transparent version of his product as it is great for keeping brows looking defined and sculpted but without the added definition, so that's great if your eyebrows are already lovely and full and don't want them looking any more so.

This is definitely one of my favorite buys in a long time and is something that I will be using on most days! Let me know if you guys have used this product and how you've found it to work for you!

Love, K :)

Zoella Beauty - Candy Cream Softening Body Lotion | Beauty Review

Thursday, 12 November 2015

I have only ever bought one other thing from Zoella's Summer range, and that's the 'Scrubbing Me Softly' Body Scrub, and I loved the product so much! So after a long shop around my local shopping center, I finally popped into Superdrug and bought the Candy Cream Softening Body Lotion.

I saw Zoe talk about this product in one of her vlogs and she said that the product had bursting beads in it. I had never heard of bursting beads before in my life, so I was eager to find out what the product would be like. 

The scent is the same (or similar) to the Body Scrub (which is why I loved that product so much!) and really goes a long way! After I came out of the shower (and after using the body scrub!) I applied the lotion and my skin has never felt softer! The bursting beads melted/dissolved and let out a lovely fruity/fresh fragrance. 

You really do only need a little bit of this as I found it goes a long way, which hopefully means it will last quite some time! 

It absorbs reasonably fast and doesn't have that sticky feel as some moisturizers or body lotions do. It also isn't heavy, as I know some moisturizers are quite thick whereas this one is quite light.

I love this product and range so far and hopefully will be buying some more items from this range, the main range and the new Christmas range that is out! I can't wait!

Love, K :)

1st Blog Birthday!

Wednesday, 11 November 2015

So today is my 1st Blog birthday! It seems crazy that I started this blog a whole year ago! I have really loved sharing what I do with the world and posting about subjects and topics that matter to me. I started this blog after I started my Youtube channel and thought that I could post on here things I couldn't make into a video.

I have always loved writing and still continuously write now, but when I first started, I didn't really know what to blog about. As the weeks passed, I started to write reviews, which I have never done before, and I really enjoyed writing reviews for both beauty products and books. I also have enjoyed writing about more personal ventures, such as my trip to India and sharing different film projects with you all.

I can't wait for another whole year of adventures and blogging!

Love, K :)

1 Year On Youtube!

Sunday, 11 October 2015

This month is very exciting for me, but this day, even more so! BECAUSE TODAY MARKS THE FIRST DAY I STARTED YOUTUBE! That's right! One whole year ago I started my Youtube channel, and I have had so much fun! 

I first started making Youtube video's because my Media Studies teacher suggested that I should (I have no idea why), and I was always looking for things to edit (as I really loved editing footage for some reason). I was also inspired by my best friend Hannah as she also had a Youtube channel. So thats why I decided to make videos!

I love filming anyway, but at first I found it hard to decide what kind of content I wanted on my channel or what I would talk about. My first video, which you can see here, was just a little introduction to myself and what I'm like (as I am wonderfully weird and am such a fangirl).

Afterwards I decided to talk about my film projects and books, and that's what I've really gone with, although I do upload videos about me talking about my favourite things and videos with different content. I don't really consider myself to have a specific 'genre' to my channel, I just upload what I love talking about and hope people enjoy what I'm talking about!

Earlier this month I made a new channel dedicated to my vlogs, which you can find here, that I have filmed. I decided to do this as I will be having quite a few vlogs lined up for you in the next few months, and decided that it would be best to make a new channel so my main channel isn't bombarded with vlog videos. I am very excited to see this channel grow and hope you all are there with me on my journey of developing that channel!

To watch the video on my channel about my 1 Year Youtube anniversary, you can watch it here :)

I hope to keep making Youtube videos for many more years to come! Here's to the future!

Love, K :)

New Camera | Canon 750D/Rebel T6i

Friday, 9 October 2015

GUYS! MY NEW CAMERA CAME TODAY! As you can probably tell, I am super excited that my new camera came this morning, and it arrived earlier than expected! It is the Canon 750D (or the Canon Rebel T6i if you live across the pond).

I had never had a DSLR before apart from my very old Nikon D80, which didn't have the option to film (which is what I needed it for) so this Canon is a very nice camera for me! I will primarily be using it to film on (as I make films and Youtube videos) but am looking forward to seeing all of its features and to lean how to use it properly as I am not sure of all of the technical terms.

As I love filming and editing with RAW footage, I love that you can adjust the colour, saturation, contrast and loads more 'in camera' when filming or taking pictures! This would make colour-grading for my films so much easier!

Taken with my Nikon D80
So far I have only had a little play around on my new camera before the battery died (I don't think it was fully charged) and so far I am really impressed with this little camera.

Here are a few sample images taken n the Canon 750D :)

I can't wait to start filming something on this camera soon! I will be using it whilst in India and will be filming my upcoming short film 'The Little Things' on it too (as well as a few other new and exciting projects I'm working on!). I can't wait to see what he footage looks like on this! 

Love, K :)


Thursday, 8 October 2015

Happy birthday to me, happy birthday to me! Today I turned 19 years old! THIS IS INSANE! I have never really felt a certain 'age', I just feel how I am and never really care if people say if I'm immature or not.

Today I was woken from a graceful slumber at 7:30am by my Mum and sister who had a few lovely presents for me. I received a beautiful smelling vanilla candle, a wall hanging (which I now want to re-decorate my whole room around), a massive bar of chocolate and some Cath Kidston smellies!

Later on in the day, my best friend Hannah popped over and delivered some presents off! I hadn't sen her in a while, so it was a lovely visit! I received a lovely notebook, with a heartwarming message from Hannah inside, and a box of Malteasers (because they are my favourite!).

For dinner, myself and my family went to Pizza Hut as I really fancied pizza and absolutely LOVE the salad bar that they have there.

My main present is a brand new Canon 750D which I can't wait to use! That should be arriving on Saturday, and I am super excited! I will be taking this camera with me to India to make a short film on, so hopefully between the two days of getting the camer and going to India I will learn how to use it! 

But as well as it being my birthday, it is also the birthday of my dear friend and twinny Mara Nunes. Mara sadly passed away at the beginning of the year and as some of you may know I am making a film for her called 'Little Things'. It is a collaborative film project and if you would like to be involved just watch this video for all of the details! If you may, I would love it if you could contribute to this project and if you would take a few minutes out of your day to think of those suffering with mental illnesses and how we can help them overcome what they are suffering.

Here are  few pictures of the beautiful presents I received today :)

'Essence of Nature' Vanilla scented candle by Victoria Meredith
I now want my room to be a dusty pink/purple thanks to this beautiful wall hanging!
A lovely notebook from my lovely friend Hannah!

Love, K :)

The Lowdown Of My India Trip

Sunday, 4 October 2015

So folks, if you haven't heard already, I'm off to India very soon and I thought I would give you guys the lowdown of what I will actually be doing whilst I'm out there!

First of all I would like to say that this isn't a holiday! This is indeed a volunteer trip in which we had to fundraise £1200 for, so a lot of hard work and dedication has gone into this trip. The organisation who we are travelling with/the program we are doing, is The Gerry Martin Project (TGMP), you can find their main website here,

You can watch my Youtube video on what I will be doing in India here :)

So, I've got a lot of things planned for you lovely lot! On the days of the Vlog series I will also be writing a mini diary entry on here (my blog) accompanied with a few lovely pictures for you all to see, so, for example, the day that Part One is released on my Second Channel I will also be upload mini diary entries of days 1, 2 and 3 on here with a few pictures!


Posted above is a schedule I created to keep everyone in the know of what I will be doing :)


Love, K :)

The Mill | Teaser Clip

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

I am so excited to share this with you all! 

As some of you may know, I was lucky to be part of a film project in the Summer along with some of my friends. We made a short WW2 film situated around a young couple. I made a blog post about the recce (location scouting) here, if you want to have a read and did daily vlogs on my second Youtube channel here, you want to have a gander :)

This is only a teaser of what is to be expected, and I haven't seen the film at all yet, o I am quite excited for it to be finished! 

I hope you all enjoy the clip!

Love, K :)

Zoella Beauty - Scrubbing Me Softly Smoothing Body Scrub | Beauty Review

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

I haven't bought any items form the Zoella Beauty range before, but I have read and seen a few reviews and it all looks pretty positive!


This stuff is AMAZING! I am sitting here in my towel writing this review because it was that good! I'm trying not to get water on my laptop as my hair is still soaking wet.

I was so surprised when I used this as I honestly didn't expect it to be this good! I don't think I'll ever use another body scrub again! You don't have to use a lot as the scrub does go quite a long way.

I used this after washing with body wash, just to exfoliate my skin a bit better. You can instantly smell the fruity scent and the cocoa-butter gets to work right away! After I dried myself off my skin was left feeling radiant and my confidence was sky high! I felt great! For this reason, I highly recommend this if you have a job interview or are going out for a nice date or party :)

I cant describe how nice this body scrub is unless you buy it for yourself and try it! 

After using this product, I feel like I have to try the whole range out now! There is also a body lotion that has the same ingredients as the body scrub, so I might have to buy that son as well! 

Let me know if any of you have bought anything from the Zoella Beauty range, and let me know what you thought! 

Love, K :) 

Bungalow Glow Hawaii - Seaside Pikake & Water Lily Soap | Beauty Review

Friday, 11 September 2015

My friend recently went on a very lovely holiday to America and Hawaii a few weeks ago and she kindly brought me back this lovely Hawaiian soap from Bungalow Glow! 

The moment she handed it to me I could smell the luxurious scents! AND IT SMELLS INCREDIBLE! I don't think I have ever forced family members to smell a soap before, but it was definitely worth it as they, too, agreed with me! 

The soap has scents of Seaside Pikake and Water Lily and smells really exotic and relaxing, which will be great if you use this when you have a bath! The soap also boasts Coconut Butter and Macadamia Nut Oil, both of which are amazing for your skin! 

The thing that surprised me the most was the 'built in' Loofah! I have never seen this before in a soap! I thought that it was a great idea to have a loofah IN a soap, especially if you are travelling and you want to travel light, this is a great product to have! 

Before I even used it, i could tell it was gong to be a great soap! Whilst showering, the aroma of the soap filled my bathroom and made my skin smell AMAZING and it was also super soft afterwards! This definitely is my new favourite soap and will be so sad when it runs out :(

If you would like to purchase a this soap, or a different one, click here!

The shop has some amazing products and some that I will definitely be buying myself!

Love, K :)

I Got A Hair Cut!

Sunday, 6 September 2015

As some of you might know, I have always had really long hair, like, REALLY LONG. I have found over the past few months that the length on my hair was starting to annoy me somewhat and I decided that I needed a change. 

I have only ever had my hair short ONCE in my whole life (which was in Yr6 and I had a bob, which I hated!) so deciding to get the chop was a big decision for me, especially when my friends and family always comment on my long hair and am somewhat recognizable to my family for the length of my hair. BUT NEVERTHELESS, I decided to chop off most of my luscious locks.

I now feel like my hair is so much more manageable and it doesn't get in the way like it used to! I'm really excited to start trying some new hairstyles and experiment with the look!

The first picture was taken a few days after my leaver prom in 2013, but it's a rough idea of how long my hair was before I got it cut. And the second picture is now! 

Before (ish)

Let me know of any of you know of any great hairstyles for short hair that I can try out and experiment with! I would love to try some :)

Love, K :)

Daughter of Smoke & Bone | Book Review

Saturday, 5 September 2015

Rating: 4/5

'Errand requiring immediate attention. Come'

The Blurb Reads:

"In general, Karou has managed to keep to two lives in balance. On one hand, she's a seventeen-year-old art student in Prague; on the other, errand-girl to a monstrous creature who is the closest thing she has to family. Raised half in our world, half in Elsewhere, she had never understood Brimstone's dark work - buying teeth from hunters and murderers - nor how she came into his keeping. She is a secret even to herself, plagued by the sensation that she isn't whole.

Now the doors to Elsewhere are closing, and Karou must choose between the safety of her human life and the dangers of a war ravaged world that may hold the answers she has always sought." 

I really enjoyed reading this book, and it didn't take me too long to really get into it either. This is a fantasy like no other that I have read and it's style reminds me of Guillermo Del Toro's 'Pans Labyrinth' in the fact that it has these two very different, yet very believable worlds to the characters. If this was ever turned into a film, Del Toro would definitely be interested!

I found Karou really difficult to relate to at first, but then grew to understand her and the things she does. The imagery is very vivid and beautiful, so those of you that have seen Pan's Labyrinth won't have to imagine much more.

Overall, you get to love the characters and the narrative is full of twists and definitely makes you turn the page!

It is the right mix of fantasy and real world and I really loved every page of it!

So, for those of you that love dark fantasy and a love story like no other, look no further!

Love, K :)

Little Things | Film Project

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

This is a very difficult post for me to write, but I'm going to try my best.

In January 2015 a dear friend of mine passed away.

Mara was one of my best friends for time, but sadly as some friends do, we drifted apart. Years ago we talked about making a film, because we were both in the same drama class and both loved acting. The film idea was about the 'little things' in life that people don't normally see.

Everyone decided to do something in her memory like write a song or get a tattoo, and I have still yet to do anything.

Her sudden loss was really hard for me to come to terms with, and to this day still is. I want to make this film for her because it will be my way of saying 'thankyou', 'I love you' and 'farewell'.

So, this is where I need everyone's help.

I need you to send in video's via Skype telling me what you think the 'Little Things' in everyday life are. This video is going to be similar to those of the 'collaboration projects' that JacksGap does in the way that everyone's videos will be made into a montage.

To send in a video all you have to do is find me on Skype under the user name: thelittlethingsfilm    and then send me a video message.

For more information about this little project of mine, please watch the video that I uploaded onto my channel.



Love, K :)

A Little Update

Monday, 31 August 2015

I am so sorry that I haven't been posting on here for a while! Life is super crazy at the moment from finding jobs, finishing school, filming and fundraising (all strangely beginning with an 'F'), so I thought I would just give you all an update!

 We have finished filming the WW2 Film! YAY! Hopefully within the next month or so it will be all edited and I'll post a link/video on here so you can all see it.

From TODAY I have a job! It was my first interview for GAME and they seemed to really like me and I got offered a job there and then! I was so surprised! I'll be starting on the 8th of September, so hopefully that goes well.

I finished school in July and got my final A-Level results earlier this month and did okay. I'm not thrilled with the results but maybe I could have worked a little harder... 

I also uploaded a video on my Youtube channel regarding a film project that I need your help with. the 'Little Things' film is a very personal project and will be dedicated to a dear friend of mine who passed away in January. I'm asking you guys to send in video's to me saying what you think the little things n life are. You can find out more information in my video here :)

And as for fundraising for India, well, lets not talk about that. I'm going in October and hopefully should have most of the money raised by then!

So thats just a little update of all the things that have happened during my little hiatus. I hope you have a great day!

Love, K :)

World War II Film | Recce (Location Scouting)

Friday, 3 July 2015

Hi guys! So today, I went location scouting (more commonly known as a Recce) for an upcoming short film that is going to be set in the World War II period! We went to the White Mill Heritage site in Sandwich, which is going to be the main location for the bulk of our film and took some pictures and decided on how we were going to shoot things.

The White Mill is a heritage site and features a White Windmill and a small farmhouse that has been preserved in the World War II time period and also features a range of farm machinery displayed outside for guests and visitors to see.

If you want to check out their website, click here! The Mill and its surrounding assets are maintained by volunteers all year round. Their hard work though sadly does go unnoticed, so by making this film at this heritage site, we are offering them to also make a short promotional film for the site for free!

We all feel that the kind and generous people who commit their time and effort here need to be recognized in what they do. It was a pleasure today to be shown round the facilities.

Here are some of the pictures that we got of the site! WE ALL CAN'T WAIT TO START FILMING!

The White Mill
All of these pictures were taken inside the small house located next to the White Mill.

All of these pictures were taken inside the White Mill.

I'm so excited and can't wait to share more stuff about this film with you guys!

Love, K :)
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