happily grey in london

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of photographing the lovely and stylish Mary of the blog Happily Grey during her trip to London. Pop on over to see her post as we strolled through Notting Hill and maybe get a fashion tip or two!

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turbans + flowers

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A few images from a fun shoot I did with Willa a little over a year ago. Styled by my talented sister-in-law, Francesca Harrell.

 



brides.com

brides.com

 

Hop on over to Brides.com to read a few tips on how to look your best in your wedding photographs (I give a tip or two!).



four by three

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Today I launched a new blog based on my travels and life in London called Four By Three. If you have a chance, head on over to www.fourxthree.com to check it out. I hope you enjoy it!

 



honey harvest

Back in July the lovely Anna and Tassja of Juniper & Lily held a honey harvest event for Kinfolk Magazine in London. We enjoyed a delicious breakfast made by the two of them as we learned all about the art of beekeeping from Stephen, who tends to multiple hives throughout London, and even showed us a working hive first hand. We ended the day by infusing our own honey with different herbs and spices to take home. The entire day was a great event from start to finish and who knows, maybe beekeeping is in my future!



happy holidays

Hope you and yours had a lovely holiday season and are looking forward to the new year! 2012 was amazing in so many ways and I plan on posting a quick roundup of all of the clients I was lucky to work with this year. Can’t wait to see what 2013 brings!



queen of the hebrides

A few weeks ago Reid and I took a belated 30th birthday trip for him to the insanely beautiful isle of Islay– home to many delicious whiskies, covered in peat, cows and sheep, and populated by some of the kindest people I have come across while traveling. We were both really looking forward to this trip and it exceeded any expectations we had by leaps and bounds. Of course I brought along a few cameras to document our adventures and when I got the film back I immediately wanted to print everything off. What I ended up doing was create a book through Pinhole Press and that is the reason this post looks a little bit different- instead of creating a new layout for the blog, I simply uploaded the pages I made for our book. Haven’t gotten the final product back yet but will let you know how it turns out when I do! And now please enjoy the beauty of this Queen of the Hebrides.



secret garden

I desperately want to know what is behind this door.



ol’ blue

My new wheels for toodling about town. Makes running errands a lot more fun but still getting used to riding on the left side of the road!

 



cameron

I met Cam, along with lots of other great photographers, at the Art & the Heart workshop back in July and he was kind enough to pose for me. He is half of a great husband/wife photography duo- check out their work here.