Shooting on film is unpredictable, inconvenient, expensive and restrictive. But these are also the very things that make it compelling, addictive, joyful and life-enhancing.
Join me as we uncover a London immortalised in literature: the buildings, the lanes, the shops, the parks, and the secret places dear to the writers who loved this city as much as we do.
Virginia Woolf’s much loved classic set on a sunny June day in London in 1923. Clarissa Dalloway is preparing for her party whilst Septimus Warren Smith makes his way through the final day of his life.
Shooting film has enabled me to take images that convey the beauty of the places I visit more atmospherically than my iPhone camera will allow and with less hassle than my digital camera presents.
In the depths of a soporific winter it can be hard to keep creativity and inspiration alive. Switching routines can be a simple way to shake things up.
Learning to sing has been one of the most surprising, difficult, joyful, frustrating, tearful and ultimately wonderful things I’ve ever done.
Here is my story.