So often the image of Christmas at home looks back to the past; a garlanded Victorian fireplace, or a cosy country cottage with frosted windows, so it made a change last year to shoot a more modern home, with different influences and traditions. The house in question,... The last thing you’d expect to find in a 17th century mill on a Hampshire chalk stream, is a Japanese interior. Isn’t it? As you approach the little brick building through a gate beside an ancient bridge, all is as you’d expect. But open the door of... I’ve been an ‘Industry Partner’ member of the BIID for longer than I can recall, and count many of it’s registered designers among my clients. The institute has been growing in stature and scope for many years, and just recently they updated... I’ve always been a big fan of the architect, Sir John Soane. His former home in Lincoln’s Inn, is undoubtedly my favourite museum in London. Soane also had a ‘country’ home, in the now decidedly ‘un-country’ location of Ealing. Both... With shooting, as with designing, kid’s rooms generally come quite low down in the list of priorities. Understandably most parents don’t spend as much on the interiors of the junior members of the family, not least because tastes are likely to change the... So pleased to have shot the cover pic for this recent issue of Homes & Antiques magazine! Styled by Jaine Bevan.