Post written by : Mary Beth Sutter

Total Transformation

My favourite online publication is ArchDaily.  It details the most exciting architectural projects in the world today.  One type of scheme that I’m often delighted by are residential streets that […]

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20th Century Splendour

London and its environs have a wealth of architectural types — from Tudor to Georgian to Regency, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco, Interwar and Brutalist to Contemporary.  It’s a treasure trove of […]

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Feminist Rethink

Remember that episode of Sex and the City when Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte travel from Manhattan to a Connecticut suburb to attend a friend’s baby shower.  It’s basically a […]

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Proud to be Part of Pride

Once again this year, I was asked by David Gwyther of Open Britain to photograph activists from the People’s Vote gathering signatures from participants in Pride in London 2018.  I […]

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A Mighty Heaving Crowd

The 23rd of June 2018 was the day that thousands of British citizens and Anglophiles gathered in Pall Mall and Waterloo Place in readiness to march to Trafalgar Square and down […]

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My Little Champion

Every June Kew holds a traditional fete on the Village Green.  There’s an authentic steam fair, including a carousel, flying swings and Ferris wheel.  There are also over a hundred […]

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Beneath a Blue Umbrella Sky

Palm Springs lies just two hours from Los Angeles between the Santa Jacinta Mountains and Joshua Tree National Monument.  It’s an oasis of palm trees, golf courses and shopping malls […]

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