I really enjoy working with smaller brands and makers, learning about the process and seeing first hand the love and dedication they have for their craft. This shoot day with @ateliercabinetmakers and @hana.snow was a favourite 🖤 I would love to do more work with artists and crafts people next year, get in touch if you’d be interested in working together!
I’ll be sharing my wedding work over on @lydiaharperphotography 🌿🖤
Climbing mountains in the rain 🖤
Last year I visited lots of glasshouses and botanical gardens, it was always top of my list in a new city and I probably should have just gotten a membership at Kew. I haven’t been able to this year and I’ve missed wandering around these incredible spaces. Hoping to visit the reopened conservatory at Kew before the year ends, has anybody been? 🌿🖤
Me driving away from wedding season and into some mountains. I delivered the last wedding edit of 2018 today, quite looking forward to becoming a functional human again 💃🏻🖤
Morning light in CT 🖤
Concrete and ceramics 🖤
So happy to share that my work will be featured in the next issue of Water Journal, alongside that of some talented friends of mine and a wonderful list of photographers and creators. Huge thanks to @edvinasbruzas for all his hard work, I’m so looking forward to seeing it in print.
Witness this unravelling. This coming together, while falling apart.
Above it all.
Ribbons of wood and hand turned bowls by @ateliercabinetmakers I’m going away for a few days to a new city and leaving my laptop and camera behind. It feels a little strange not to take them but for once I just want to experience a place without that constant urge to document it ✈️🖤
An autumn evening walk and the log burner keeping my studio toasty again. Small things cheering up a Sunday of editing 💻🖤🍂
I miss this 🖤
A couple from beautifully curated Francis Gallery 🖤 by @rosaliapark, @francisgallery
Just fine 🖤