A well known British designer, Kelly Hoppen, has recently disclosed that she won’t be working with couples to design interior for them because “she is fed up with their arguments”. As someone who works in the wedding industry, I find it fascinating and in a way I can understand Kelly’s decision. Mind you, with or … Continue reading No More Business For Couples Bickering?
Having a quick flick through The Times whilst enjoying a cup of coffee in the local coffee shop, I could not help but notice an article about school photographers airbrushing images of children! It read, “Photography firms, including Cardwell & Simons which works with more than 700 British schools, use tools such as Photoshop to … Continue reading Airbrushing Children Photography?
How many times have we looked at our creative friends or celebrities on Instagram, and sighed at the fact that their life seems to be just so picture perfect? How many times, whether you are a creative working from home or not, have you compared your life to those you see on social media? Can … Continue reading Creative Working From Home: The Reality
Any photographer will inevitably find themselves having to travel near and far for their jobs (unless you’re stuck in a studio day in, day out!). Geoff, my photography partner in crime, and I happen to travel quite a bit, with the craziest journey being one to Biarritz, France! Check that out on here. Anyhow, as … Continue reading Service Station Stories
Okay, we all may think majority of companies provide a very personalised service. We get the usual “It’s your birthday [insert name here], have a treat on us with free delivery all day!” e-mails or perhaps suggested purchases based on the algorithms of our Internet habits. But majority of those e-mails only have one personalised … Continue reading Personalised Service: Why I love it
What a time to be alive! We swipe right to pick our ideal dating partner based solely on their looks and stats, we can find last minute accommodation simply by logging onto Airbnb and checking what’s nearby us and within our budget, we can order food with a few button clicks and now when we want … Continue reading Swipe right for the perfect donor
“Why don’t we book a train instead of a plane to have a relaxing journey through France?”, the famous last words by Geoff, a photographer I work with closely on projects encompassing just about everything (from food photography to nude art). Our journey goal was to get from Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, to Biarritz, South West … Continue reading Mad dash across France