Following a 50 mph journey from the Dordogne to Calais (thanks to our hire van), Neil and I finally arrived back in the UK. The white cliffs of Dover ready and waiting to greet us.
This is the second time I've done this ferry trip and the first time I could go out on the deck without getting drenched. Alas, I was able to make a video.
I found myself travelling across the English channel by ferry for the second time this year.
Greeted by a tremendous pier, with lighthouse, the city of Calais is view and the vast coast of France disappearing off into the distance.
After the positive reaction to the original 'My Hometown' video, I began to wonder how I could replicate such an atmosphere and show my hometown in a different light.
So, I went on a similar journey through St Albans at night.
For the last 5 years or so, I have been developing an artist called 'Hope'. I first met her on stage, at the Childwickbury Arts Fair, put on by my grandmother - Christiane Kubrick. For the last year, this development has taken the form of 'Live In The Library'.
I've been going through a very challenging time mentally. I began psychotherapy two years ago and it has brought up (as it is designed to) a vast amount of personal history for me to re-evaluate.
I am learning to live in the moment. Yes, plan, but I all too often find myself missing out on what is in front of me, as I'm too busy worrying about what I have to do tomorrow.
Jack Elliott Hobbs is a bespoke visual content creator hailing from a large family of film-makers, artists and musicians. His passion is for real stories about real people, portrayed with bespoke style, clarity and vision.