About Us

The Frame Loop is a bag of tricks. Started by two school friends, Luke Stephen Richardson and Rob Fred Parker, it’s a place for cultural criticism, creative writing, illustration, and everything else in between. A hodgepodge blog, our main interest is in embodying a strong editorial voice, which will hopefully make our content stand out from the wolfpack.

Like everything on the internet, The Frame Loop thrives on comment and debate. Whether you want to get involved as a contributor or a contrarian, we’re always open for business. Send your 140 character thoughts via Twitter by clicking on our names above, leave us a message on the comments section of the site, or drop us some raps at theframeloop@gmail.com.

Yes, but who are you?

Luke spent some time studying at Goldsmiths College, London, followed by a year working in a stand up comedy production company. He traded that life in and decided to immigrate to the pretty pastures of Scandinavia for a Film Masters at the University of Copenhagen. Aside from this site, he writes for The Copenhagen Post, DocGeeks and Mint Magazine.

Rob is based in south London and spends most of his time writing, drawing, reading comics and listening to podcasts. In addition to The Frame Loop, he writes for IdeasTap and Litro magazine. He is left-handed, and once won a bake-off*.

*With a banana and cinnamon cake, since you’re wondering.

2 thoughts on “About Us

  1. You two seem very accomplished. Nice work. Movies are great huh? So are comic books. And music. And bake-offs.
    Thanks for following my blog 🙂

  2. I love it. You guys seem to have similar aesthetics as I do in film and music. No wonder you followed! Now I get to read similarly informed opinions on other bits of art worth exploring. Thanks!

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