Nurturing mindful creativity

March 20, 2024

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Jason Mavron explores how self-awareness guides his endeavours

I’m incredibly grateful for my creative outlets which allow me to express myself fully. Through my writing and designs for fashion and architecture, I’ve discovered ways to delve into my emotions and embrace my authentic self.

For me, writing serves as a powerful means of self-expression, providing solace and release. My designs, whether for a t-shirt or for a piece of architecture, offer an additional dimension for self-expression. Drawing up my designs allows me to showcase my unique ideas and inspirations.

These creative pursuits not only connect me to others but also serve as a universal language of creativity, bridging gaps between people. They are more than hobbies; they’re a lifeline, offering the freedom to be unapologetically myself.

A video game that allows me to escape from the stresses of the world is, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It’s known for its open-world exploration, intricate puzzles, and immersive gameplay.

The film Legend starring Tom Hardy as both of the notorious Kray twins, prompted my thinking about human nature. It offers a visceral look into the complexities of crime, loyalty, and family bonds. As I watched, it got me thinking about the choices made by the twins and the subsequent consequences. The movie examines significant themes, such as how the lines between right and wrong are blurred. It definitely left a mark on how I see people and their actions.

Jason is studying creative media production at Barnet and Southgate College. In his free time he likes to play rugby, and is an avid cook and baker. Jason loves to cook for his family and friends.

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