Category Archives: London

Step into the Wellcome Collection and you’ll be greeted by a bronze statue standing upside down from the ceiling.  You won’t be able to help but laugh.  It just looks so funny standing there!  Within a minute of entering the building I was already pleasantly surprised by the Wellcome Collection.For years I resisted visiting, even though it’s…

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The long dormant calligraphy enthusiast in me leapt back to life last Friday when I attended a 2 1/2 hr Modern Calligraphy 101 workshop led by Chiara Perano at the London Town Hall Hotel’s photogengic restaurant, Corner Room.  After a few attempts at learning calligraphy on my own through books, I packed all my tracing paper, writing instruments, ink…

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How did you decide to change careers to become a freelance photographer?  In the twelve months since I left finance for a career in food, travel & lifestyle photography that is the question I get asked most often.  After repeatedly having this conversation via email exchanges with readers, at dinner parties and even to a total stranger while riding the…

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As an avid coffee drinker I can really only think of two occasions where tea trumps my favorite cup of joe: dim sum and afternoon tea.

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Earlier this year I thought I was the victim of a major spam attack. It was on a wintry January morning while I was on holiday in Prague when I logged on to Instagram and noticed an unusual amount of likes/follows on my notifications tab.  Then I really woke up…. How did my follower base triple overnight?! I must have been spammed!…

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I’m excited to announce that I will be teaching a food & lifestyle photography workshop in London on Sunday May 31st with friend & fellow photographer, Sarka Babicka. We have a lot of great things in store for the workshop, including a styling session with food stylist & writer, Olia Hercules.  Spaces are limited to…

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Afternoon tea is an age-old tradition in England that has withstood the fast-paced nature of the modern world and I’m just beginning to understand why.  I’ve always been a coffee and pastry person, it’s quick, casual and satisfying, but as the days seems so much shorter and a to-do list ever longer, I now see the draw of…

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