Celebrating the four seasons through photographic content on art, people and places. This is Summer


A Coastal Dawn

Spring 2018, Places

Our first scented candles, Dawn & Dusk No. 1, celebrate the energy and vibrancy of life at the break of dawn and the mysterious and sensual nature of dusk, throughout a British spring and summer.

Here, we disrupt the break of dawn at a beach on the South-East of  England to celebrate the launch of the awakening and floral Dawn No. scented candle.

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There's No Print In Our Liberty

Winter, 2018, Art • Places
In a submission to the 2018 Liberty London Open Call, we designed and painted their iconic Tudor beamed shop blooming with spring flowers. Let us take you through the design journey.


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Milan From Dawn To Dusk

Winter, 2018, Places
An adventure to the gateway of the Italian peninsular and the powerhouse of Italy, behind which rests a delicate gem of old-school Mediterranean charm, architectural authority, tradition and elegance.

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Popping Kings Road

Winter 2017 , People • Places
A road once used solely by King Charles II on his way to Kew, now welcomes residence, wanna-be Sloane’s and tourists to revel in the bright lights, shiny mirrored surfaces and the multicultural ways of the Chelsea life. 


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Treasures in New Orleans

Spring, 2017, Art • Places
On a recent trip to the electric, Jazz thriving metropolis of New Orleans, Louisiana, my home (4,600 miles away) all of a sudden seemed scarily close.


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From London To Paris

Spring, 2017, People • Places
From the beginning of the year, we have been working closely with a special couple to create them a pair of special hand painted keepsakes to mark their 50th Wedding Anniversary, being celebrated this Spring.


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A Photographic Journey Of Rome

Spring, 2017, Places
While Winter may be in force on our English shores, Rome during February, Spring is rising it’s head in glory to welcome a new year in an Italian City where modernity sits in jigsaw-harmony with its renaissance past.

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