We act as though our own learning process is shameful. I’m as guilty of this as anyone else. More, maybe. I watch other people train, but I don’t like it when they look at me, because I can’t do anything impressive. I don’t think I’m alone in that. I have seen other people (mainly women) […]
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Under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture in Gaza, The Italian Centre for Cultural Exchange (VIK) facilitated a week long festival of exchange with local associations in Gaza. The festival offered five days of workshops in a range of disciplines including parkour, art, graffiti, media , animation, circus and acrobatics. Five Italian parkour practitioners […]
‘You can’t be what you can’t see’ was a phrase repeated a few times during the Women in Adventure Network event organised as part of ShAFF 2015. It resonates well with the idea underpinning Julie’s See&Do project, and I felt good to find myself among like-minded people, representing See&Do. The event kicked off with a […]
All photos by Laura Polischuik. Instagram @laurallisonpo Let me start by saying this: I don’t like labels and I try to avoid them, however recently in an attempt to express two sides of my training and bring awareness to the fact that women can be strong, graceful, feminine and badass all at the same time. I […]
On this day, a year ago I broke two ribs. Very stupidly, doing a (very small) precision jump from a tree to a tree. I lost my balance at landing and, instead of bailing, I tried to grab hands of the person who was there with me. Well, that didn’t really work out so I […]
Here’s a situation… Why wasn’t I pleased that everyone cheered for me? Because nobody cheered for anyone else so it made me feel different. It made me believe that before completing the wall run, nobody has expected me to complete it. Which made me realise the following… I believe the biggest obstacle to women […]
See&Do is very happy to announce a new partnership with Glasgow Parkour Girls and Access Parkour in Edinburgh. See&Do womens tank tops will now be printed and available in Scotland. All profits from the shirts will go towards promoting inclusivity and womens meet ups locally. The shirts will be available to collect in person from […]
When 2 creatives get together interesting things can happen. When those 2 artists have an appreciation of the physical capacities of what a body can do interesting work will be produced. When those artists see architecture differently than how most people do interesting work will be produced. A photograph is a moment and action photography […]
See&Do photographers Julie Angel & Violeta Beral are both contributing images to the just launched campaign Bodies Of Action by High Heaven. Bodies of Action celebrates reality and diversity. The campaign aims to give light to fantastic females of all shapes and sizes; action and extreme sports activities, all portrayed by female photographers. Showing the […]
Interviewer: Julie Angel: Interviewee: Kate Miller, American Parkour The idea of what parkour can be and the current reality of what parkour is are not the same as far as who participates. The issue of gender can’t be ignored in parkour. You hear a lot based around the idea of ‘parkour is for everyone!’, well […]