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My Celtic Fairytale – A Visual Diary

I recently moved to Northern Ireland with my fiancée. Quite a big move and change you might say. When I told my friends of course they thought I was mad, who on earth moves from London to Northern Ireland! Intellectually it seemed like a potty idea...

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The Embodiment of a Goddess

I recently came across the artist Rafael Espitia Perea who immortalises goddesses and feminine deities within his paintings. One of the scripts that goes with these defines the goddess as what she represents. It really moved and resonated with me so...

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Contribution

The excitement in the air was palpable, queuing up and meandering the roads with 20 000 people to the start line for the London 10k run was nerve racking and exhilarating. The impending thrill of the collective booming heart rates and fun of running...

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Gratitude by the West Village Wanderer

Recent blog article on our founder and gratitude collection. You can read the full article here. As I sat on Bobble’s bed tonight, like every night, we listed the 3 things that made him smile. I make my son focus on the good in life...

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Julia Margaret Cameron – A Pioneer

I owe a huge amount of personal and creative inspirations to my pioneering ancestor Julia Margaret Cameron. I am lucky enough to have a heritage rich in artistic archives of books and photographs, stories and iconic women such as Virginia Woolf....

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The Curse of Comparison and how I overcame it

We spend so much time thinking about what more we can do and take on, what next we can add to our roster of achievements.  We ask how can we have more? What we sometimes forget is that in order to have those things and the ability to achieve...

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Kirsty Mitchell’s Extraordinary Visual Feasts

While recently attending the Art15 showcase in London I came across a photographic artist that truly astounded me. Although I had not come across her work thus far she is very well known within fashion and photography and I was immediately...

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Meditation – filling the void

The power of daily meditation cannot be underestimated and I believe it is the integral and primary tool that will help us to connect with our inner selves and quieten the cantankerous chatter that so often distracts us from feeling and acting as...

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Objects of Desire by Lauren Baker at the Victoria and Albert Museum

  When my friend and renowned artist Lauren Baker got in touch about including some of my collection in her art installation at The Victoria and Albert museum, I jumped at the chance. Lauren is someone who's career progression I have followed and...

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Julia Cameron Launch event

Earlier this year, I met this angelic stylish lady at the Wolf and Badger party. I instantly asked "Where did you get your head piece" She repleid "I made it" Instantly, I knew I meet a talented fashionista and her name was Julia...

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