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Little Spree – Sarah Clark for Massimo Dutti

Littlespree Massimodutti Selection Colour 4

I felt so honoured when Sarah approached me to do a fashion photoshoot for her and her children for Massimo Dutti. She wanted something natural and candid, but also she wanted sharp pictures with connection with nature that could show her twins’ personalities and bond as well as their beautiful clothes.

First and foremost a fashion editor, Sarah has worked in the industry for over fifteen years for publications including Marie Claire, Glamour, Red and The Sunday Telegraph’s Stella magazine. Now a freelance stylist and art director, Sarah draws on her expert knowledge and personal style for Little Spree to source the most stylish high street finds mixed with the occasional ‘spurge’ (but only if it’s worth splurging on.)

It was so easy to immerse in the beautiful Richmond Park and with its golden gorgeous winter light.

Check-out this fantastic blog full of inspiration and great styling tips for the home and yourself at Little Spree.

Also, the final print for Massimo Dutti for their online magazine Paper is here.


If you want to have great imagery for your project or business, or if you have any questions about business documentary photography or blog/editorial photography, please drop me a note – I’d love to continue the conversation.

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Romeo + Jules Bespoke stationery – Launch event

I could not be happier than to see my beloved client launch her stunning bespoke luxury stationery brand – Romeo + Jules – in a grand event which I loved to cover.

Founder Jennifer Grant, former art director at British Vogue, invited us to Summerill & Bishop – a homeware shop in Holland Park that creates the world’s most beautiful tablecloths and ceramics – and worked with the talented fashion editor Deborah Brett on setting the scene.
Jennifer encouraged each guest to experience the full range of elements needed to create a perfect table setting, from beautiful linens to menus and place cards.
The invitations were hand drawn and then printed to evoke the look and feel of a chic tablecloth.
Each guest then took home a beautifully scribed set of personalised notecards by The Styled Writing Co.

Like old times, I believe there is something so magical about receiving a beautiful, hand-written notecard or foil-pressed invitation. I can’t wait to see all the beautiful work Jennifer will do in the future.

Follow her here: @romeoandjulesbespoke




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