DIY | Toasted Tortillas with Egg & Avocado Dippers

1 Avocado
2 Eggs
1 Lime
1/2 Tortillas
1. Pre-heat oven to 230˚c or 450˚f.
2. Cut your avocado in half and remove the stone. Using a spoon scrape out as little avocado as possible so that it will be big enough to accommodate an egg. Squeeze lime juice over both halves and sprinkle some salt for seasoning.
3. Break one egg into each half, trying your best to keep the yolk intact (that's the tastiest bit!) and don't worry if some of the egg white spills over.
4. Place them on a baking tray - propped against one another if they're a bit unstable - in the middle of the oven for 10 to 12 minutes until the whites are set and the yolk looks runny.
5. Finally, toast your tortillas on a pan or sandwich press, alternatively just warm them up in the microwave, and cut them into triangles or however you like the shape of your dippers.

Voila! Enjoy.

LIFE | Dimepiece @ The W Hotel

Last thursday I was in London, yet again, ready to party and ready to shoot.

My friends from Dimepiece LA came over to London to showcase their brand with an impressive party at The W Hotel. Whilst I wasn't impressed with the power-tripping door girl refusing me entry and £15.82 Mojitos, I was impressed with the amazing tunes coming from the DJs and the American vibes channelling through the party. I also visited my musician friend Macc Mello in the day for american diner food and pre-party mojitos.

The next day was hot. I travelled to Tottenham Hale to shoot Dopechefs new collection, and to my slight amusement, when I got there I was greeted by a boat. Shooting on a boat - that's one to tick off my bucket list.

LIFE | London

I am writing this from the luxury of my train seat after almost missing it, but the dash across the city with a 2 tonne suitcase was well worth it.
About a week ago Five Guys, an American diner, opened down in Piccadilly Circus and today we queued for about 40 minutes just to get a taste. I didn't get to devour it until I made it to the ticket office and onto the right platform.

I ended an amazing day on Tuesday, modelling for James at Wella Academy, with tequila shots and 'Phili Fries' in MeatLiquor with Karl, John and Riccardo. I also had a few shots taken by a new scouting agency, but unfortunately didn't make it to any agency open calls.

Today I woke up late, after a 5.30am get up on Tuesday (yawn),  met up with Adam in Shoreditch for food and it wasn't long before we were joined by Laura, a make up artist I've worked with and John (again!). We soaked up the sunshine on Brick Lane before Karl met up with us, went for beer at Boxpark Pieminster and then walked with a bounce in our step to Five Guys.

Apart from the stressful evening, the past couple of days have been a great time for me to meet up with people I've wanted to say 'Hi' to for a long time. There's something about London that makes me feel so grateful, from people that give you somewhere to stay, to waitresses, you know through a friend, that get you a table in the popular MeatLiquor. I always manage to hook people up with worthwhile contacts that I know, and that for me is really fulfilling; it's crazy listening to the different stories, people from different parts of the creative industry, have.

I cannot wait to move here.

Here's a few photos: