One of my favourite locations out there at the moment, owned by Liza Giles a Stylist, and artist. The design is so satisfying to look at and is a perfect mix of new and old, clean lines and personal collections. I shot in this location recently, it providing the perfect backdrop for the products we were shooting, when the time came, I didn’t want to leave.
I often reference back to this house, when i need a shot of inspiration for a project.
The artwork shown in the images is painted by Liza herself, and you can see the full range for sale on her website, Liza Giles Art.
It is always a perfect way to start the year, with a trip to the beautiful city of Paris and the design show, Maison Objet. The ideal platform for viewing all the new designs & designers for the year ahead. Mostly I was inspired but the charming use of colour within the stand design and the products themselves. All I wanted to do on my return home, was to paint the house some lovely rich colours, (I did manage to talk myself out of it).
Finally I can share these exciting images we worked on for Cole&Son , (more can be seen under Interiors), for the launch of their new Ardmore inspired wallpaper collection.
It was a great opportunity to work with some bold pattern & prints, and play with colour. We planned the shoot from the concept stages, so it was amazing to build the ideas from scratch, source amazing props & furniture and bring it all to life at the photoshoot. The results of all the planning and organising, are a strong series of images for the brand.
Thank you to some of the lovely suppliers who helped with key pieces for the shoot (see pic above), Sebastian Cox, The New Craftsmen, Larusi Rugs, The Raj Tent Club, Patrick Macros, Naomi Paul, Tom Dixon, BetonBrut