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Finnegan Harries
Laptop club today! Feeling productive. What are you doing? pic.twitter.com/WjhUiyPVAE
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We're super proud to have our New Orleans travel short featured in the travel section on Vimeo! pic.twitter.com/wVCA7I2JxG
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On Sunday I hopped on an early morning bus to Washington D.C from New York. I was heading to the National Building Museum to visit an exhibition of an architect called Bjarke Ingels. He's one of the designers that inspired me to start my studies in architecture. I spent two hours wondering around th
I often get asked why I jump... The reason is that I believe life is too short to stand still. #worldjump
I took a bus from New York to Washington D.C this morning for an adventure. pic.twitter.com/4fkY4ua9MP
It's not often you get an entire museum to yourself. Here's Tim contemplating some of the @metmuseum's Roman sculptures. I'd highly recommend a visit if you're in New York City. #emptymet
Walking back from a four hour Spanish class... On a Saturday! That's One World Trade Centre in the distance. It was designed by Daniel Libeskind to replace the twin towers. It's currently the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. #learnsomethingnew
I have this thing with floors... A friend told me about this last week. I love the idea of appreciating the small details we take for granted everyday. Check out their account and give them some love: @ihavethisthingwithfloors
I spent this morning walking around the @metmuseum before it opened for the day. The structure on the left here is the Temple of Dendur. It was donated by the Egyptian government in 1978 on the condition that it would be seen 24 hours a day by the public. Since the museum closes at night, this beaut
Urban planning with Lego in class. Mines the big one 😂pic.twitter.com/FMWtiy7DqYY
Off to class! It's a big weight off my chest to announce what I'm up to in New York, however the adventures don't stop here! They're just beginning and I'm excited to share my journey. Besides it's summer holidays in five weeks. Woohoo! Thanks to @kevinwonka for the photo and @thearrivalsnyc for the
Three months ago, in snowy January I packed-up everything I owned and moved to New York. One of the values we promote on @jacksgap is doing what you're passionate about in life. For me that's design and architecture. I had delayed and delayed my studies because I wanted to help as much as I could on
Finally got my bike out to New York. Sunday morning training in Central Park. I love this city. pic.twitter.com/9QbHfh3HTW
It's a beautiful day in New York City! pic.twitter.com/bZjB6GSyvu
Too many many people on the planet. Overpopulation in pictures: theguardian.com/global-develop… pic.twitter.com/b0AutLUssf
What a beautiful photography project. South Koreas deep sea diver woman. - gu.com/p/479dd/stw#im… pic.twitter.com/MT9nl5VvrQ
Regram from @jacksgap 'We're proud to share our latest video with you, "24 Hours in New Orleans." Whilst filming in New Orleans we tried some unconventional ways of exploring the city, such as climbing electricity pylons and latching on to the back of streetcars. To see the shots we captured this wa
Starting the morning at @tobysestatecoffee in New York with @kevinwonka