What it’s like to train to be a vet

What does it take to become a vet? We speak to final year vet student Terri Steel to see how she landed her dream career.Β    What do you do?Β  I’m a final year vet student at Glasgow University. As part of our course, we need to do 38 weeks of “seeing practice” in our […]

How I become a videographer: Lewis Notarangelo

  When it comes to cool careers, shooting and editing videos has to up there, right? Lewis Notarangelo has worked with a range of clients including Nairns Oatcakes, Lothian Buses, Scotrail, STV and Arran Brewery.Β Here’s how he landed his dream job… Lewis Notarangelo Twitter:@lewisnotty Instagram:@lewisnotty How did you become a videographer? Media has always been […]

#Blow Interview: How I launched Scotland’s Most Popular Hair Salon

Spent my afternoon in the beaut #blowshawlands they made my hair appointment so enjoyable! Would definitely recommend to everyone πŸ’‡πŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ½πŸ’• #blow #ohblow #hairdressers #colour #shawlands #glasgow A photo posted by Jacqueline Haire πŸ¦„πŸΎπŸ’• (@jacqueshaire) on Aug 5, 2016 at 12:54pm PDT Less than three years ago, Fallon Carberry set Glasgow alight when she launched a […]

How I became a cafe owner: Brew Box’s Laura Cameron

Entrepreneur Laura Cameron, 32, set up her own cafe last year…in a Police Box! The Brew Box Coffee Company sells delicious sandwiches and coffees in Glasgow’s Merchant City and has fast become a local favourite. We speak to Laura about the challenges of running a (very) small business.Β  How did you first come up with […]

How I became a sports reporter: Kieran Canning, AFP

Kieran Canning, originally from Airdrie, is living the DREAM. Based in Madrid, he’s the Spanish sports correspondent for AFP (Agence France-Presse), a major French news agency. His day is consumed by sport – mostly football – and he’s covered some of the biggest events the sporting calendar has to offer. He’s currently in Rio chasing […]

How I Became a TV Presenter: Storm Huntley, CBBC

Storm Huntley is usually found Down on The Farm with JLS’s JB Gill or taking calls on Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff, but how did this economics graduate become a telly star? We spoke to StormΒ about the joys of getting your hair and make-up done and the difficulties of milking stubborn goats. You’re a TV […]

How I became a gig booker: Craig Johnston, DF Concerts

Craig Johnston works for DF Concerts, one of Scotland’s most prominent music promoters. The company is responsible for T in the Park, arranges tour dates for international acts when they visit Scotland and also manages gig venue King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. Craig now promotes acts such as Years and Years, Troye Sivan, Sunset Sons […]

How I became a national news reporter: Colin Stone, STV

Colin Stone is a production journalist for STV. His job involves chasing stories, live reporting and reading the news on national television. At just 24, Colin is a rising star within Scottish media. That doesn’t mean he knows how to tie a tie though… Q: You’re young to be reading the news on national TV! […]

How I became a vintage make-up artist: Fiona Poliri, Bygone Bombshell

Fiona Poliri, 31, spends her days powdering noses and perfecting vintage waves. Working as a hair stylist and make-up artistΒ for Bygone Bombshell Beauty Parlour, Fiona transports her clients’ style to a different era in time. We caught up with her to ask how she turned her love of make-up and vintage fashion into a career. […]