Check out my latest work in Conde Nast Brides. Shot at Bignor Park with the talented Cath Cratwicke it was a few crazy days of cakes, flowers and models but hopefully it will inspire some brides-to-be. The theme was punchy pastels with a modern edge, with flowers supplied by The Real Flower Company and designed by Paula Rooney. The stationery was designed by one of my favourite stationery designers, Dottie Creations, who designed stationery for my big day back in 2010. To see the rest of the shoot, see the March/April issue of Brides.

Flowers designed by Paula Rooney and supplied by The Real Flower Company Photography: Cath Cratwicke


In January, I had the pleasure of working with the talented designer Tilly Hemingway of HemingwayDesign styling their new range of ceramics for Royal Doulton. It was a great day shooting with photographer Will Grundy and I’m pleased to now be able to share the images. Using geometric shapes and textures, the whole range consisting of vases, bowls, tea-light holders is bang on-trend taking inspiration from mid-century design using a combination of this season’s pastel shades as well as bold retro pops of colours. I think it’s clear to see the range will be a huge success and I really hope it is. Check out the whole range at Royal Doulton or John LewisHomes 30 homes 33 HOMES 41 HOMES 27 HOMES 40


Vicky&Ian-349It’s my first post as a blogger and it seemed only right to give you my biggest news to date – on 5th October at 10.50am Albert, John Samuel was born weighing a whopping 9lbs 13oz. We’re all loving the new addition to the family although his brother George is being a little too friendly at times and I’m feeling a little outnumbered with all the men in the house. Thanks to my lovely friend Charley for taking this photo and lots of other cute pics of the boys. I’m off to pack boxes – we’re moving house in a few days! Bye bye Battersea, hello South Acton.