Post written by : Mary Beth Sutter

The Generosity of Grandparents

One of my most recent whole house photoshoots was of an interwar bungalow-style house in Ickenham, not far from Uxbridge in west London.  Originally a two bedroom, single story house […]

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Superlative Shakespeare

A truly remarkable and inspiring woman with whom I’ve worked on the Open Britain/People’s Vote campaign is also a secondary school drama teacher, Sarah O’Keefe.  At the end of November […]

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Christmas in Kew Gardens

What began as a very small, somewhat make-shift light path through the Gardens around six years ago has now become London’s No. 1 Christmas attraction.  I went down during the […]

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Exuding Personality

It’s rare, but just sometimes I photograph a property that doesn’t look like it belongs in Dwell Magazine.  I recently had the pleasure of getting to know the owner of […]

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The Service of Art

I attend certain art exhibitions in London because they showcase the work of a painter, sculptor or photographer I know and like (like Leonardo da Vinci).  At other times, the […]

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Five Years in the Remaking

It’s been such a long time to have not had access to my favourite structure in London’s most beautiful gardens.  The Temperate House is the worlds’s largest Victorian glass house […]

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Stellar Performance by Stella

Over the course of the past year, I’ve had the privilege of photographing many of my British political and economic heroes.  The events to which I’d been invited were all […]

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