I've been running since 2015 and it's been a goal to one day run the London Marathon. Sadly I didn't win a place this year so instead I went along to support the JDRF team
Since I first visited a year ago I've been really interested in the history of Glastonbury Tor so I sifted through myth and legend arrived somewhere near the truth...
Molly the Tesco cat has become well known in Yate and has gained over 1000 fans in her very own Facebook group. Myself and Emily went to try and find this famous feline...
To mark World Diabetes Day which is celebrated on 14th November, Frederick Banting's birthday. I thought it would be fitting to make a film about getting my first insulin pump.
After a record breaking UK & Ireland tour 'Shrek The Musical' returns to Bristol and I was invited back stage to experience how the actors are turned into Ogres each night before getting on stage. Younger Jamie was a huge fan of Shrek so it was a bit of a surreal moment if i'm honest!
After attending the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta several times I was yet to actually take to the skies. But it seems this year is my lucky year, after some difficult weather for the majority of the event the skies cleared and I was able to fly. An incredible experience and i'm so glad I had a camera to capture it all. It was filmed mostly on an Osmo which was such a perfect camera for such a cramped space.
The new musical adaptation of 'An Officer And A Gentleman' came to town and I was put through my paces by Sgt. Emil Foley (played by Ray Shell). Check out the video to see if I had what it takes to earn my wings...
This was the first time Diabetes UK got together people aged 16-25 for this sort of event so I decided to take a camera to see how it all went down!
I also wrote a blog post about the experience. Read that here: www.jamielowe.co/f/why-its-good-for-type-1s-to-talk
A selection of items I presented in the build up to the 2018 Great Bristol 10K. I spoke to all sorts of experts, explored different training styles and met runners to hear their reasons for taking part
For 'The Crunch' I was tasked with producing an editorial feature paid for by Bristol Waste. The feature was intended to increase awareness of the publicly owned waste management company and shed light on what happens to the recyclable material residents leave outside their homes once a week. This project was completed in just two days and was shown as a two part feature within The Crunch. Here it is in full.