#EEECommunity — stay connected
How are you doing?
While we're living, working and studying away from College, we would love to fill this page with snapshots of our EEE community.
Maybe you're doing some volunteer activity, finding time for a creative hobby, celebrating a special event, or trying out challenging new recipies.
Perhaps you need some motivation, or you've top tips for cutting hair, or you'd just like to share some of the small, everyday, positive things that are helping you through these unusual days.
Staff and students, please email your photos, your videos, anything, to Jane Horrell, and we'll share them here and on social media* via #EEECommunity
* If your photos include other people, you must have their permission to share, or the permission of their parent/guardian if under 18
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Imperial is hosting various virtual activities for staff and students, as well as sharing information and resources to help support our community. Find out more about Mental Health Awareness Week at Imperial
ROCKDOWN in LOCKDOWN
Danny has been turning to music as his 'lockdown distraction', and he's picked up some new skills in video editing and animation along the way.
This is his video for 'Sensory Overload' featuring the voice of Paul Norman, another of our resident EEE rock musicians.
Lina's cycling photography
An eye for London
Stunning pictures from around the city taken by Lina while out cycling..
Name that bridge...
A gorgeous sunset over the Thames — but which bridge is this?
Clue: it's named after someone significant to Imperial's history.
We love Zoo, NHS
The Giraffe House at London Zoo is lit up with a 'Love NHS' sign.
Faye's children have been using art materials for colourful experiments. This rainbow was 'grown' using water and felt-tipped pens...
.. and this is the "tissue-paper hack" method for creating beautiful dip-dyed hair using only hot water, tissue paper and salt.
We think you'll agree this is a result that is really worth publishing!
Clare and Esther - gardening
Clare's allotment was a muddy field of weeds, after a lot of hard work it's now a smart layout of six raised beds made from scaffolding boards with bark chip paths between. A local family of fox cubs also enjoy playing here in the sun.
Growth industry (2)
Esther started growing these from seed in first weekend of lockdown and they are now ready to go into the garden. She's keen to take advantage of working from home and being in London for the summer to grow some flavoursome home grown tomatoes. The other pots are aubergines, basil and parsley.
Lina, Tim, Jane
Lina has been running Zoom circuit training sessions on Saturday mornings for her rowing club, while they can't meet on the water. EEE staff are welcome to join in apparently!
Tim needs no excuse to get outside and inspect some of his favourite transport architecture. This is the impressive Ouse Valley Viaduct. Follow him on Twitter @OtherProfGreen
Jane's "very lazy" entry for the #GettyMuseumChallenge, where people attempt recreations of artworks from things they can find at home. 'Lilacs in a Window' by Impressionist artist Mary Cassatt.
Paul and Woody
Paul has been trying out his joinery skills while away from the Department. Here's a saw station...
Joining in (part two)
..and a potting station...