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Scott Boeser

Scott Boeser
Scott is a Multimedia Journalism graduate from Southampton. He joins HQB Media with a passion for the creative industries and a personal interest in music. In addition, he has a self-professed love of nature and the outdoors, a passion that drives interests in ecology and the environmental debate. Through journalism, Scott hopes to broaden his understanding of the world around him, whilst giving his readers an insight into the things he encounters.

Harry Shaw, Golf Coach

I played at a very high standard when I was younger. Actually, I was the county captain for numerous years. I broke into the men's first team when I was 16. Managed to travel away with them quite a bit. I played in Portugal and at a couple of events in America as well. I had a really cool and fun childhood with golf. It then became more of a hobby as I grew up and I've just got back into it this year, playing at the Clutch Tour as a professional...

In Conversation with Magic by Alfie

I picked up magic in my early twenties whilst studying at university. At the time, practicing sleights and performing card trick after card trick seemed more stimulating than proofreading a dissertation. After hours of practicing in my student digs, I finally plucked up the courage to take my magic to the bars and clubs of Southampton, whereby, it soon dawned on me that I had a natural knack for entertaining and a passion for making others smile...

Virginia Coe, Co-Founder: Vinilo Record Store

A vibrant new shop, stacked with independent, eclectic music, classic and current. Get to know one of the owners of Vinilo Record Store and...

Ben Ide, Founder: Ben’s Wood Den

I started doing it as it's always been a hobby. I've been doing woodwork since I was about 12. I don't have got any qualifications on paper; just taught myself over the years. I actually had my own carpentry business a few years ago now -- not called Ben's Wood Den - but I ended up stopping it because it was rather stressful. Too much work and I couldn't keep on top of it...

Lauren Stephenson, Illustrator

Before uni, I took two years out. I couldn't decide what to do and I got some experience with animal welfare. But eventually I went back to what I did when I was younger, when I wasn't enjoying what I was doing. In my year off I did a portfolio, and that's when I applied for the foundation course to get into uni...

Local Authorities Bid to Protect the Christchurch Coastline from Erosion

BCP Council and members of the Flooding & Coastal Erosion Management Network (FCERM) are entering a bid to ensure that coastal erosion is avoided, from Hengistbury Head, including Mudeford Sandbank, along Avon Beach towards Highcliffe, for years to come. Ensuring the harbour is not at risk of flooding caused by rising sea levels...

Krishna Malla (a.k.a. Tech Moon), Graffiti Artist

It's been a slow game -- it took a long time to get to where I am today. I started in the events industry. When I graduated from uni, I shamelessly promoted myself and a lot of other artists as well with the event that I was working on. That gave me a platform to make a mark on the place where I am living, and also create work at the same time. Jobs have just snowballed off that and grown bigger and bigger. Each mural that I paint is a kind of billboard in itself, so it works for advertising...

Signed Brian May Guitar Up for Auction for Pop 4 Diabetes

Brian May and Anita Dobson have donated a signed BMG Red Special guitar to local charity Pop 4 Diabetes. All to raise money and...

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