Leonie is a costume designer who shares her St Leonards-on-Sea home with her 3 daughters. They all share a passion for collecting; hats, buttons, photo booth pictures, barbies, dinosaurs, masks, shoes & bottles. I love Leonie’s style both in the way she dresses and in her home as it epitomises my ideal aesthetic of femininity with a masculine edge. Thank you Leonie!
Ruby red shoes, art works, postcards and Cupie dolls are just a few of Su’s many collections. Super stylish mother of three and grandmother of five, Su’s ambition has always been to be an artist. Life however had other plans, so Su found her creative release through her collections and displays. I was delighted to discover her collection of hand painted blown eggs which she picked up at a car boot sale. Thank you Su!
The house is looking very Christmasy indeed. The kids and I have been busy making paper pompoms and gnomes.
A lovely article about my show ‘The Thing About Things’, part of the Brighton Photo Fringe.
Great coffee & cake, drink & dine, dance & play, Franks Front Room is where I want to hang out.
I was pleased to photograph Jemima Dury for her new book Hallo Sausages: The Lyrics of Ian Dury which is being launched later this month.
Despite the terrible weather this summer, my lovely patch at the Bohemia Walled Garden has still been plentiful, especially the courgettes.
This has been on the editing table for a while now, but it’s finally ready to share! Oh yes, this is no ordinary home! I’d like to take you on a journey through this incredible, illuminated former pub in the heart of St Leonards, where lighting designer Philip, partner Olivia and Joe & Jarvis Cocker (spaniel) reside. Amongst other things, Philip and Olivia are collectors of wonderful furniture, lighting ranging from a lit up puffer fish, a light taken from Trafalgar Square amongst Philip’s own fairground lighting creations and portraits of Joe and Jarvis. Check out the hidden bar for two. Go, go feast your eye!