My job brief was to style Pizza Express’ Global Innovation Centre for the 2019 Christmas menu press preview. They wanted a palette of gold, black, red and white and the idea was to create a cosy but contemporary space.
For this latest Pizza Express event I was asked by Lucre PR to style a terrace and table in Belgravia to feel like an al fresco Italian banquet. The purpose of the event was to highlight the less well known Pizza Express Romana range for the press.
I was invited to participate in the book launch for Juliet Sear’s latest book Botanical Baking and was asked to come up with something floral, interactive and memorable that would engage the 100 plus guests at the event.
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.
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.
Tracy Cole from Hello Flora asked me to help her style a baby shower at her beautiful home. The mother-to-be didn’t know the sex of the baby but knew she was going to call it Avery, which we incorporated into one Hello Flora’s signature giant wreaths. We used fresh and vibrant summer pastels mixed with a few more muted tones and lots of foliage for a sophisticated edge. All the flowers were faux, from the Hello Flora collection.
Hello Flora were commissioned by Meet Bernard, a South East London fashion store to create an eye-catching window display. I assisted them in creating a faux floral arrangement which exploded from a pair of jeans. The brief was to convey the new season (spring), the new management and their new collection.
Happy Chinese New Year to you all. Firstly I wanted to share with you this lovely photograph by Hunter Rae featuring some Chinese lanterns which I gave a fun floral makeover for a portfolio shoot we collaborated on.