Monthly Archives: July, 2013

Art Couture Festival

The annual Art Couture Festival in Painswick is vibrant, eclectic, and very colourful. It included – catwalk shows, live music, a Battle of Britain flypast, body paint artists, Dali inspired fashion… and Keith Allen in a speedo!! The festival showcases designers and artists from across the country. This year’s fashion themes included Metamorphosis, World Where You …

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Simon Lawrence

Simon Lawrence is a talented jazz singer and multi-instrumentalist. Last week I photographed Simon during a sunny afternoon at Kensington Gardens. Please see the photographs and full interview below. What inspired you to start playing music? I’ve loved music for as long as I can remember. In our household we were always singing. On long car …

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The Damsels Most Daring

Some people are just too talented, and Emily Murphy & Maya Levy (aka The Damsels Most Daring) definitely fit into that category. Their show is brimming with originality, and their delivery is faultless. We were treated to a performance of their full Edinburgh Fringe show at the West London Synagogue at Marble Arch on 27th …

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Meg Mosley: Private View at the Jerwood Visual Arts Gallery

The private view for Meg Mosley’s ‘My Life’ exhibition took place on Tuesday 9th July at the Jerwood Visual Arts Gallery. There was lots of boozing, schmoozing, and fans being signed by the artist! 😉 Here are some pics from a fun evening. I will be doing a photo shoot with Meg soon, watch this …

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Wimbledon 2013

If you (like me) are missing Wimbledon already, here are some photos from my visit to SW19 last Thursday. Sadly I didn’t get to see our champion Andy playing a match (although we did see him out on the practice courts) but we did watch some other tennis legends playing including Martina Navratilova and John McEnroe. …

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Dalston House

Yesterday I visited the Dalston House interactive art installation, designed by Argentine artist Leandro Erlich and commissioned by the Barbican. The Barbican describe the exhibition as: ‘resembling a theatre set, the detailed facade of a Victorian terraced house – recalling those that once stood on the street – lies horizontally on the ground with mirrors positioned overhead. …

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