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.
In the September/October 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled two different bridal faux flower headbands, one featuring tulle and one with veiling for this editorial called Lost in Lace. The photography is by Jason Moore.
In the September/October 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled this editorial called Express yourself, featuring a faux flower veiling headband and a quirky pair of faux floral glasses. The photography is by Ben Riggott.
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.
For the Pizza Express Christmas menu press launch I was set the task by Lucre PR to transform the Covent Garden restaurant into a golden winter wonderland, no mean feat in the middle of a London heatwave.
Stylist Sarah Christie commissioned me to make this floral headpiece for HH Sheikha Al-Jalila, for Royal Ascot 2018. I hand painted the silk flowers to match her outfit. The photography is by Ian Jones.
For Royal Ascot, 2018, The Tootsie Rollers wore some of my faux floral fashion headpieces, which appeared across social media. The look was styled by Joanna Femi-Ola.
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.