Ive had heaps of fun photographing food. Its become one of my favourites for 2019. The creativity is endless and what you can achieve limitless. Watch this space as I cannot wait to develop in this area more.

From food to drink, to setups and everything in between. I have thoroughly enjoyed photographing food more than i ever thought i would. If you have a new restaurant cafe or would like some updated images please do get in touch. Im open to commissions.

Dior Exhibition at V&A Museum London

The DIOR exhibition and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This is an exquisite ensemble of his creations. I adored all of it, every single item displayed so uniquely. Each outfit different from the next. One thing that drew you to them were the precision of the cut, every single details. So beautifully created with love and passion.

Christian Dior Ulysse coat from the 1952 Haute Couture collection
The ‘Dior, Designer of Dreams’ exhibition at the V&A is fantastic, so many gorgeous designs, and beautifully displayed. They’ve just extended the run and released more tickets, so if you didn’t get any first time around, there’s another chance.
Christian Dior (21 January 1905 – 24 October 1957) founded the French fashion house Dior in 1946. His first collection was presented on 12 February 1947, and Carmel Snow, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar quickly coined the description ‘New Look’ for Dior’s revolutionary, voluptuous silhouettes, a far cry from the austere styles of wartime Europe
Over the years there have been a number of collaborations with the film industry - in 1950, Christian Dior was the exclusive designer of Marlene Dietrich’s dresses in the Hitchcock film Stage Fright, and in 1956, Ava Gardner had 14 dresses created for her by Dior for the film The Little Hut
In 1954, Dior held an extravagant fashion show at Blenheim Palace, in honour of Princess Margaret and the Duchess of Marlborough. Other famous couture clients have included Elizabeth Taylor, Princess Grace of Monaco, Princess Alexandria of Yugoslavia, Lady Pamela Hicks
Following Christian Dior’s death, subsequent head designers/ creative directors have included Yves Saint-Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons, and Maria Grazia Chiuri

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