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Ripple Effect: Wired

In 1993 Louis Rossetto and Jane Metcalfe launched WIRED, a magazine that would go on to become the mouthpiece of the digital revolution, fusing art design and technology to spearhead the charge into a brave new World Wide Web. Today WIRED is read by some…

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Backwash

When the team at Backwash asked Demi to write an opinion piece for Issue 2 her thoughts naturally turned to the much maligned world of body surfing. “I pulled on some fins and swam out back. And here’s the joy of it; every cliché you…

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Ripple Effect Season 2

Chris Nelson and Demi Taylor were commissioned to write Season 2 of the award winning The Ripple Effect. Exploring the lives and reach of game changing entrepreneurs and icons including the likes of Low Brow artist Robert Williams, father of the synthesizer Robert Moog and…

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Ripple Effect: Bob Hurley

Hurley – from backyard shaper to multi-million dollar brand // Screen writing. We were stoked to be commissioned to tell Bob Hurley’s inspiring story for the award winning series The Ripple Effect for Red Bull TV in association with Hamblin Imagery. Featuring: Bob Hurley, Craig…

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Daily Telegraph: 25 Amazing Places to Surf

Demi Taylor was commissioned by Telegraph Travel for their surfing special to write a cover feature on the best 25 places to surf this summer, highlighting the best places in and around Europe for beginners, families, experts, couples and improvers with a kit guide to…

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Net Results

While Cornwall does its best impression of the tropics, the mosie net is doing a fine job as a defender of the strawberries. Mr. Blackbird had run riot through the  patch this morning, spearing as many ruby red gems as he could, like a drunken…

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Veiwing Panel: Demi Taylor

Demi Taylor hails from the Cornish heartlands of St. Just and has grown up with travel coursing through her veins. She has authored six critically acclaimed books and has a great eye for an image. When not at the keypad or out in the Cornish…

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Upcycled ‘nanas AKA Banana Bread

When life gives you over ripe bananas, make banana bread and other such profound, life-affirming, stomach-filling statements from the cliff top on another gale-force day. You will need: 3 ripe bananas (2 mashed to a pulp, 1 roughly mashed to chunks) 180g plain flour 2…

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Wilderness Retreat

Image: Demi Taylor Not for us the beating heart of southwest summer scrums, of beach tents and flat spells and windbreaks and postage stamps of sand. We headed north, against the blacktop flow to escape into the wild.

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2ft Glass Off

Image: Demi Taylor To truly know your shaper, you must first walk in his shoes…    

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