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Why I Love Street Art

It takes self-awareness and courage for someone to call themselves an artist — perhaps even more so to be a street artist.  For those who rarely go to museums or […]

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Art Unlocked in Richmond

The Covid-19 lockdown restrictions have meant that the annual Richmond Art House Open Studios event had to be rethought in terms of its presentation.  In light of this unique time, […]

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Flaneuse on Furlough

I haven’t actually been furloughed as I’m a small business owner and as soon as the virus and the fear hit the UK, my two businesses came to an abrupt […]

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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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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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Windsor Wedding Party

On the afternoon of Harry & Meghan’s royal wedding at Windsor Castle, the residents of our road, Windsor Road in Kew, had a celebration of our own.  This is about […]

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