He completed a degree in English Language and Linguistics and then a post graduate in the Department of Theatre, Film and television, going on to obtain a Master of Arts in Video Postproduction with Specialisation in Visual Effects at the University of York.Phil uploaded his first You Tube video on February 2006.His school shaped his life, however he is not yet included on the "most successful" board, although students are making appeals.He currently resides in London, England, with fellow You Tuber and best friend of 7 years, Dan Howell.
The earliest remaining video on Phil's channel is from March 27, 2006.
My knowledge of things comes from my studies at university as well as my own life experiences. Back before Dan started making youtube videos, Phil was the one man show.
Anyone who reads this is welcome to disagree with me. Back in the day, British youtube Culture was prominently gay or bisexual guys (Or at least those claiming to be such).
I decided to start making You Tube videos having watched other You Tubers for nearly three years. Like with everybody on You Tube my audience is mainly 14-25 year olds, mostly teenagers, with about a 40/40% split between the U. But I have tens of thousands of followers all across the world from Australia, to Sweden, to the one person (who according to my analytics) watched my last video from Sierra Leone.
I felt like I wanted to do something creative and join in this community! Which of your videos did you most enjoy creating and why?