Bronze Goddess

Saying goodbye to summer, is like watching the last morsel of sunshine disappear behind the horizon. The final golden ray of warmth goes into hibernation for another year. The nights draw in, the temperatures drop, the leaves fall and all the streets light up ready for the Christmas season. Ok we aren’t there just yet, but thinking about all of…
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La Fraissinede

The first time I visited the South of France was during a university summer when I spent a short time teaching English at a French summer camp. It was my first taste of the quaint hill-top towns, cobbled stones and picturesque vineyards of the south. Ever yearning to go back, I’ve never made the time to revisit this beautiful part…
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Hello, Milos

I’m half-Greek, so summer for me means eating at tavernas with your toes in the sand and swimming in the clearest blue waters you’ve ever laid your eyes on. Not a July/August goes by without a visit to see my family, but also a trip to one of the stunning Greek islands. Despite often being told off by my Greek…
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Paris in Bloom

On a warm spring evening in March I found myself back in wonderful Paris. Brought to the City of Light by fellow photographer Georgianna Lane, I was commissioned to photograph the launch party of her newest book, Paris in Bloom. A trip to Paris, to be surrounded by flowers?…That was an opportunity I wasn’t going to miss! Myself and Nathan…
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Barcelona

It’s been almost two months since I updated my blog (awful, I know), and yet despite the radio silence I’ve had so much to share, but not all that much time to share it! I said to myself early this year that I had a feeling I would be spending a lot of time travelling in 2017, little did I…
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