I am a female freelance photographer, specialising in interiors, people & travel. I am currently based in Los Angeles. I work for a wide variety of magazines & newspapers including The Sunday Times, The Saturday Telegraph, Elle Decoration, House & Garden, AD as well as Conde Nast Traveller.
I am passionate about photography, food & travel in that order. I was born in London and have lived there most of my life. I love my city and try to use it's fantastic facilities as much as I can. There's always something happening of interest, whether it's a new bar or restaurant, a play or an exhibition. London is big, but it's actually made of lots of different neighbourhoods which all merge, so it can change quite quickly, just like LA! I'm friendly, outgoing & adventurous. I'm interested in everything & everyone. I'm always keen to learn more and to try new things.
I love to eat! Whether it's in a new restaurant or cooking at home. I read newspapers and magazines about food. I like to collect new recipes to try at home. I'm quite adventurous and like to mix unusual flavours and combinations. I'm very into sweet and salty at the moment. I even write a blog about cooking, & running, two of my passions. You can find it at -
thedinnerrun (.) wordpress (.) com
I like to travel, too! By 'plane, train or automobile. I particularly like to hire a car in different countries and travel around. Stopping to look at anything that grabs me. I've travelled to lots of different countries including Bali, Mauritius, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, South Africa, Thailand, China & India. I would like to visit Japan & South America soon. I like cities too, my favourite at the moment is Istanbul, it's huge a bit like Marrakech on steroids.
Movies - I can't get enough. Old & Romantic, new & edgy. I've eclectic taste.....favourites include: Breakfast at Tiffany's, In the Mood for Love, Moulin Rouge, 5 by 2, Momento, Reservoir Dogs & Downfall.
Books - Great Expectations; Birdsong; Beware of Pity; A Suitable Boy; One Hundred Years of Solitude
Life motto - Never take 'no' for an answer!