I have created a mobile compatible site for all the iPad and smart phone users out there you can find it here, so it’s easier than ever to display all the new interior and lifestyle photographic updates with the ever growing mobile community, there will be the latest blog post included but as ever there is much more content on the main site GAH.com for desktop users, it’s been very successful if you like the look of it you can get the template here @ iFolio’s, Brian is very helpful while you are setting it up, give it ago …..
well what do you do on a rainy Saturday morning with two little boys and grandparents, as crazy as it seems we went for a walk in the park, Wanstead Park to be exact, on the hunt for a host of bluebells in the woods, and as you can see from above and below mother nature didn’t disappoint, even in the dull rainy light they still look amazing, the colour is unreal, obviously if the sun had been out it would have been much more special, but if you find yourself in Wanstead at a loose end in the next week of so, rain 0r shine, check out Warren Wood near the Building called the Temple here’s the post code for you sat nav E11 2LT
well i think this way be the last one this year, as i haven’t seen many people wearing gloves lately so it looks like this might be the final instalment this year, saw this one on my way to the studio the other day, i would say it’s one of my favourites so far for it’s simple graphic quality alone. hope fully more soon check out the last few additions here
well after many years of good service we are about to say bye bye to our beautiful Balzac sofa by Matthew Hilton, because our heart (mine & the misses) has been stollen by another, which will be revealed very soon on www.location78.com. good old Balzac would have some tales to tell, I am sure, it has featured in many shoots both myself and lots of other high profile photographers shooting fashion, interiors & lifestyle photography @ our house, it’s had many famous bottoms on it, and i know of at least one naked lady who was in close contact with it, so if your in the market for a wonderful piece of furniture click here i do hope he goes to a good home to be loved for many more years ………….
well there isn’t any doubt that trees laden with pretty blossom makes one feel better, it’s one of many signs that the cold months will soon be behind us once more, the same is certainly true for me walking to and from the studio where I am currently shooting a massive interior photography project for a big UK retailer, we are at the beginning of week three of a five week schedule. yesterday on my way home I saw a couple walking along in front of me, he was pretty tall and she was fairly small, nothing strange so far I hear you say, but as they stopped to admire the flowers above he reached up and bent down a low bough to pick some of the pretty blooms for her, romance is alive and well in the streets of london, hope your enjoying the signs of spring on your travels too ………….
Following on from my musings in an earlier post Street Art, while out and about the other day, on my way to a meeting about a huge retail project I am currently working on, (hush hush, more on that later) I saw this absolute whooper, no not the BK type, this really beautiful piece of art just off Curtain Road in E1, the sheer size of it was of course what grabs your attention, but then it’s the amazing use of colour, now I didn’t see the day coming when redish pinky hues would be getting me excited, but there you go. The technique involved is really amazing, the swirly lines used to make up the graphic are so regularly irregular, could be a common style, but not one I’ve seen before but then I’m by no means an expert when it comes to an aerosol full of coloured liquid, don’t you just love the surprises London can offer on a wintery day………..
In January, on what luckily turned out to be a beautiful wintery sunny day, I had the pleasure of photographing the home of Richard Found, of Found Associates who is a very clever man when it comes to a bit of architectural minimalism, I had been trying to figure out from his site which house was his so I knew what to expect, but not only is the house full of clean lines, no real surprises there, but it is also a real home where Richard, who by the way is a fantastic host, lives with his family wife Jane Suitor (art consultant) and their children Olivia, aged 9 and Oscar, 4. You can read the full article and see more pictures @ The London Magazine March issue. I do love the Hans Wegner’s wishbone chairs, they look great in any space, a real classic, and who wouldn’t be inspired walking up the stairs in the left of the below image ……