It was great to work again with Glassup & Stoski at their beautiful new studio in Staines.
These photos were part of a pack shoot I completed for them.
The Glassup & Stoski Studio is spread across the top floor of an old railway house and has a lovely airy feel to it.
The meeting room at the studio is great space, with lots of their amazing work on display - Including Matt & Nick's first project toghether.
These are from a newly opened hybrid antiques store and cafe space in Brighton's Kemptown area.
The main space here was so bright with their big windows spanning round the corner of the building, making everything illuminated and creating lovely even shadows.
I've become a really big fan of taking street style working shots on these interior shoots - it adds a great human element to them, making them feel lived in.
The Set is by far one of my favourite places to eat in Brighton and I was lucky enough to photography their lovely place.
The bar area between the Cafe and the main dining space of The Set is my favourite area here. The mixture of metal, exposed brickwork, wood and a red neon light, illuminating it.
Detail shots are what pulls these shoots toghether, coming from far with a wide establishing shot, then drawing the eye in to the juicy bits.
Sacha set up a lovely collaborative jewellery studio in the heart of Hove. Ticks all of the minimalism boxes for me!
Sacha's workstation is really beautifully organised, and you can see her core tools mounted, ready to be used.
Sacha also has a series of work spaces for hire, and they are currently being held by two other talented jewellers.
Edited recently relocated to Brighton's South Laines to form an open space across three units, with a lovely coffee shop at the entrance called The Plant Room.
It really shows how bright and long the view down from Edited to The Plant room really is in this shot.
I really like the seating here at The Plant Room - They have lovely wide tables to have a coffee and read from. Pefect!
Having an interest in interior design, Lutra is now building up a portfolio for interior styling. This was part of a series I completed with her,
When doing living spaces, I think it's really important to capture these smaller details, to show the space is actually lived in.
The combination of lots of natural light pooling in through the windows, matched with a large softbox really gives this room a bright and airy feel with these soft white furnishings.
The Cocktail Shack is in conjunction with The Set, and does some of the best cocktails in the south!
This is my favourite area to hang out in the Cocktail Shack, as it has this chill feeling to the room, with lovely furnishings to match.
I love making things and figuring out how to put them together. Here's one of the lights I created and assembled at my place.
The real staple to these pendant lights is the ceiling hook which ties it all in toghether.
Here's a few shots that I took at the last place I stayed in Berlin.
I'm pretty sure I choose these places just for looks!
I love little details like the antique globe matched with a wax plant and a candle. Items grouped into threes always work really well when styling a space or shoot.
The host of this AirBnB said she had this vintage printed sofa shipped over from her Grandparents place in Sweden. I can see why!