Quincey Williams used to volunteer for Exposure. He now runs Stööki, an independent jewellery and apparel label, with his two colleagues. Despite only being in operation for three years the organisation already has a jewellery line in Topman, and is planning an assault on the global jewellery and apparel market. Stööki is made up of […]
Unless you live via a teenager, you’ve perhaps seldom found out about Musical. Ly. If you undertake, then you’ve perhaps currently appeared in one of the body’s kid’s songs video clips. The very DIY music-video app very first appeared on a scene here at 2014, but exploded to the top of the very App outlet […]
In August 2013 David Cameron initiated a vote in The House of Commons to decide whether the UK should launch a military campaign against Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad’s government to deter the use of chemical weapons. Cameron lost the vote narrowly, and Britain did not attack Syria. The USA quickly followed suit. The issues in […]
Since the Duggan verdict there has been a lot of talk from politicians and the police about rebuilding a trust with the community. It’s obvious that this line would be peddled. They want the community to forget about the details of the Duggan case. The problem is that we can’t forget. The issues with police […]
Success. And what it takes to make it. Our ‘I’m Inspired’ project sees Exposure talk to people who have been there and done it. In this two part special we spend time with Hollywood A-lister James McAvoy. If you’ve been down a hole for the last ten years and somehow missed McAvoy’s meteoric rise to […]
The internet is an amazing thing. We have access to an unlimited amount of information. There is no subject that hasn’t been written about or discussed. You can listen to, watch, read and download anything by the click of a mouse. And young people love it; in fact teens use the internet three hours more […]
What do you buy a grumpy bear who doesn’t like Christmas? Nothing from John Lewis, that’s for sure!
I was about six yards outside the box and opponents were storming towards me. This was it. Face-to-face with an attacker’s worst enemy: the defender. But this encounter was mine for the taking. As the frenzied players swung for my ankles, I swiftly shuffled the ball from left to right, through their legs, leaving them […]
Joe Marshall discovers what Haringey Shed have been up to over the summer
Joe Marshall on an immigrant's disillusionment with the American dream
Exposure finds out more about careers in the police force
Julia Shikunta reports on why young people should develop a positive relationship with technology
Alicia Partner on how bereavement has made her a courageous teenager
Alicia Partner reports on the why we should control media consumption
Joe Marshall on a musical which takes you on a journey downstream
Tash Alexander shares a great opportunity to pick up some new skills and perform...