In the March/April 2019 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled my tulle and faux flower headband for this editorial called Jungle Fever. The photography is Dan Williams.
Here is an example of one of my fresh flower crowns, perfect for a bride or bridesmaid. This piece was created as a bespoke order for Brides Magazine. The roses are all scented and from the Real Flower company and mixed with seasonal British wild flowers.
This is an example of one of my fresh flower crowns, perfect for a bride or bridesmaid. This piece was created as a bespoke order for Brides Magazine. The scented David Austin roses are from the Real Flower company.
I worked with my client, Lucre PR, to style this 2019 Veganuary press event for Pizza Express to highlight all the vegan options on the restaurant chain’s menu. My brief was floral and prop styling that felt contemporary and fresh and inline with the idea of modern vegan living. I used seasonal Spring flowers and vases in palette of pastel colours, balanced with greys. I also used lots of foliage to keep it looking fresh and preventing it from straying into wedding territory.
The atmosphere Lucre PR and Park Plaza wanted to create was the magic of Narnia. I wanted to bring the outside in, using lots of snowy trees, dripping with icicles and snowflakes, small feathered birds on branches, a beaver in the sleigh and a 6ft polar bear in the bed
For the November/December issue of Brides magazine, Bryony Toogood styled my flower crowns in an etherial fashion shoot called Terms of Adornment. The photography is by Ed Miles.
Artist Pablo Bronstein commissioned me to make this ornate and unusual mask as a private commission. It was used as a key costume piece for a short performance film made by Bronstein.
Tracy Cole from Hello Flora asked me to help her style Avobar in London’s Covent Garden. We added faux plants and other props to the many shelving units lining the walls, mixed in with the restaurants merchandise.
Stylist Michelle Pierre-Carr used a selection of my floral fashion headpieces for the September 2018 Mini Mode catwalk show. The event was part of London Fashion Week showcasing emerging designers and established childrenswear brands.
For this Bacardi advert I styled the plants and foliage to transform London venues into a Caribbean party. I also created a distressed paint effect on the shutters to be in keeping with the vision of photographer Jason Bailey.