10/02/2021

THE VALENTINE EDIT

This Valentine's Day looks a little different to the romantic Februarys of yesteryear. Dining out and cocktails have been replaced with evenings at home and trips to the cinema have been replaced with Netflix. Whether you're your own Valentine or you have someone to snuggle through lockdown, this edit will make you feel romantic and luxurious, just like you deserve.


30/10/2020

SAMHAIN PLAYLIST 2020

Samhain. Halloween. My favourite time of year. It's time for carved pumpkins, clocks rolling back, and the creeping darkness embracing the shortening days. More importantly, the veil between worlds has thinned as the world around us dies and rests. The bare branches and fallen leaves give us reminder to honour and connect not just with our dead loved ones and ancestors, but with death as an important part of life's cycle. 


10/10/2020

VISUAL DELIGHTS: MEMORIES & MEDICINE

Lately I've been taking a healthy heap of inspiration from the past, perhaps because to look forward seems so uncertain. Like most, I've been holding my home close to my heart and finding renewed appreciation in the richness of my local region. Possibly due to the pandemic, or potentially as I've been exploring different career and educational paths, I've found myself rather fascinated by medical history. I've always been someone who balances the line between art and science, so anatomical drawings satisfy all areas of my curiosity.