Tag Archives: homes and gardens


Photography for Homes and Gardens Magazine at Christmas

These two beautiful homes are in Wiltshire and Lincolnshire, and we had wonderful, long days of photography… the light was fantastic (maybe not that wintry, but thats a bonus!) and above all, both places were stylish and contemporary.

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Homes and Gardens Photography in Dorset

Thanks Homes and Gardens for a great 10 page feature in this months magazine… lots of time and effort went into the shoot (only three months ago!) so its good to see such a large spread for the house.

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Magazine Photography in a new age

Traditional magazines (printed) are facing very tough times, and across the board, printed editions of them are in free fall in terms of sales. However, as yesterdays Times reported, sales in the digital versions are booming (Good news for my friends at GardenLifeLove!)

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March 2013 magazine coverage

Great start to the year for interior photography with some lovely pieces being published… Homes and Gardens have just done two of my features, both houses shot in London towards the end of last year.

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Homes and Gardens April 2012

My garden and interior photography features heavily in the new Homes and Gardens magazine, with two house features and a garden piece.

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Cornwall, beautiful Cornwall

Being an interiors and gardens photographer based in Bristol, means that I am asked to go to Cornwall a lot. Because its very close. Nothing is close to Cornwall, its a long long way down there… doesn’t stop me going though

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Homes and Gardens Germany

Just got this through from German Homes and Gardens… this was a piece about interior designer Karen Howes and her country house… lovely kitchen….

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Restoration House in Kent, in Homes and Gardens

Restoration house in kent

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Photographing your house

Interior photography tips, ten tips to improve your house photography

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