Category archives: Lifestyle

The Art of Slow Living | Foraged Tea

Foraging Tea and Childhood Memories // The Art of Slow Living I remember being around 5 or 6 when my grandma used to take me out to the fields and the forest around town, to do some foraging. She had probably learned this from her mother and was passing on the knowledge to me. From stinging nettles in the Winter to picking up watercress in the Spring or collecting[...]

London Photo Shoot Location Ideas | Hidden Gems

I've been itching to write this blog post about London's hidden gems and my favourite photo shoot locations for far too long. It started in my mind when I was searching for different places to go shooting with our couples. Although London is absolutely beautiful and there's so many things to see and visit, I could not find a good, clear article about locations for a [...]

The Art of Slow Living | Artisan Bread

I find myself mixing flour, yeast, water and salt like a novice. Touching the soft, sticky dough with my bare hands feels very therapeutic. It makes me smile. As I work the dough, my thoughts drift, and along the way, I realised something; are you ready for it? Few things capture the essence of slow living quite as perfectly as making artisan bread: You can't ch[...]

The Art of Slow Living | A Series

''To create is to be fully human.'' E. R. McManus | The Artisan Soul After all, when you live in London, there is no time for this, right? No time for sitting and for dreaming. No time for stopping and for just taking some time to not do anything, whatever it may be. To have a place where you can turn off any technology, to have sufficient light and green in your lif[...]

Petersham Nurseries | London Life

I'll let you in on a little secret. I have a hard time coping with big cities. Take me to a forest and leave me there and I'll jump with excitement. I even had dreams of having to survive on a remote island... Yes, I know I live in London but that does not mean I am out in the city every day, walking on Southbank, going to cafés and shopping on Oxford street. No, no, [...]