Beth Graham

Beth Graham

Beth Graham

‘She wore a bright yellow dress, which I thought was a daring fashion choice – but she pulled it off nicely.’

KIeshona Brown, Storehouse Issue 17

Beth Graham:

  • Our longest-serving member (2k17-2k20)
  • First film student accepted
  • BBC Radio Norfolk guru
  • Hugged Julie Andrews in a scummy London alleyway
  • Resident dinosaur
  • The original gangster (OG)
My third issue to-date, and there’s an element of surprise encompassed within each process. Adopting an approach in high volatility
Beth Graham One thing that can be said for our generation is the rise in cases of anxiety and stress.
Beth Graham We all know the feeling of getting home after a long day, where you just want to settle
Beth Graham Films have the unique ability to define a generation in history, acting as a relatable gateway into our
Beth Graham “When I grow up, I want to be just like *insert name here*” It is fair to say
Beth Graham It's safe to say that we all live in somewhat of an illusion when it comes to our
Storehouse Heads of Issue 19 As Storehouse becomes more and more known across NUA and Norwich and involves more and
Beth Graham 125 plastic bottles. 213 bottle tops. 50 miscellaneous plastic trays and products. All of this was collected in
Beth Graham I want you to think of your first teddy bear. Think of how much you loved it, how
Beth Graham and Beth Stilgoe As a child, we view the world in a different light to our more experienced,
Beth Graham Over the summer of 2018, Norwich and surrounding areas have been decorated with a fleet of hares! Known
Beth Graham The art of perception within film is one of the most powerful tools imaginable, filmmakers can harness this
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