To Cambodia with Harpers BAZAAR

Very pleased to announce that I am headed to Cambodia with Harper’s Bazaar, to create a travel story for them with words and pictures.I love Harper’s, so I’m always very happy to write for them, and I’m looking forward to discovering Cambodia. Hotel guide :: Harpers BAZAAR.

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Some Inspiration: Beauty, Brokenness, and Japanese Pottery

Seeing ThingsHave you ever been blindly in love? So blind that you only saw your lover’s best side? An idealised version of themselves that totally missed all their faults.Japanese PotteryI’ve been reading ‘How to be a free range human’ by Marianne Cantwell and loving it. She writes about how to create the career that you […]

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Ballet, Bunnies and Buzz – a family shoot

There’s something about creating a family shoot. For me it’s about knowing that I’m capturing a magical time in a family’s life and helping them to remember the wonder of it all (which gets lost so easily in the drudge of daily life). I like to think that the photos on the wall will inspire […]

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One Day and Night in Paris

The lovely Maggie and her adorable Michael celebrated their engagement in Paris, along with some bunny friends of theirs. I love these two because they embrace everything so whole heartedly. Maggie is a fashion addict so she was in her element in the chic Marais, where we spent the morning. And being from Hong Kong […]

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Alexandra and Yaser’s First Look

Alexandra and Yaser met at university, and it was love. Alexandra comes from Russia, Yaser from Iraq, and their families couldn’t be at the wedding. By arranging a First Look photoshoot they were able to send poignant photos to their families and in that way include them in the ceremony.If you don’t know what a […]

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Up on English Wedding Blog today

You probably already know that I have a massive soft spot for the English Wedding blog, which is one of the best, most beautiful blogs on weddings that there are. Claire Gould has writing in her dna – not only does she write a wonderful blog, she is also a first class calligrapher, and she […]

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An Azure Date

Every year I go and see family on the Cote d’Azur, and I love it – the light, the colours, the lazy villas and the turquoise pools. This year I couldn’t go, sadly. But funnily enough the South of France came to me in various forms over the last few days. So here is a […]

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