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Realising a Dream

I believe one of my purposes in life is to help others reach their goals.  Perhaps most mothers feel that way.  There’s part of being a photographer that’s like that […]

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Odyssey in East London

Though my journey to Brick Lane and its environs was back in December when my family were in Florida for Christmas,  it’s actually taken this long and the virus crisis […]

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City as Treasure Trove

It’s less than three miles between Mayfair and Camden Town.  Between London’s poshest address and it’s most bohemian is a distance that’s almost walkable.  This is one of the reasons […]

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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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That Spark

Pretty much everyone’s creative when they’re little — most children love getting a bit mucky in the process of making things.  Not very many, however, possess that artistic spark which […]

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A 21st Century Renaissance

When the IGPOTY adds a new genre to its range of competition categories, it a significant photographic moment.  The International Garden Photographer of the Year is one of my very […]

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A Silk Canvas

My friend, Gudy, is a very special kind of artist.  She paints stunning floral designs on silk — a challenging process in its own right.  I find her work exceptional; […]

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