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The Rookery photo shoot (a nod to the Bard)

Portrait photograph of a woman wearing a bridal outfit standing in a garden. Her head is dressed with a floral wreath

I love the countryside and I live in Streatham, south London. How does that work? I wanted to create a shoot showcasing the beauty and nature found in our urban environment and the incredible community of creative talent we have

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William Shakespeare and John Gerard – Don’t Forget the Botany!

A picture of a flower stall in a market cart, painted blue with red wheels. A sign on the cart reads, 'The Bard's Blooms'.

In the spring of 2016, I embarked on a project combining my love of plants and flowers with a passion for Shakespeare. Bill and John: a work in progress I developed an interest in the work of Shakespeare at drama

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A white and grey autumn table display

White heather

I know … the colour grey doesn’t evoke the best qualities of autumn. Rather the hot reds, bronzes and burnt oranges: colour before the onset of cold, grey winter – and colours that I love, too. But why not break

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