It was a delight to welcome those of you who came to yet another topic breakfast, with speaker Charlotte Stuart, all about colour and lighting. Look forward to seeing you all again for the next talk!
Thank you to Amanda Johnston from the Sustainable Angle for giving such an inspiring talk on sustainability within the interior design world. Hopefully will see you all again soon, for another insightful talk!
I am pleased to announce that some of my lamps have been featured in Kit Kemp’s incredible new book, titled Design Thread.
Inside the book, you can see photographs of the lamps in the Whitby Hotel as well as in the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre pop-up.
This painting is a commission for Atelier Favori in Tokyo. I was asked to create a serene painting to sit above the Chesney's fireplace (pictured below).
Congratulations Favori on creating such an elegant yet warm and welcoming showroom!
"Mrs and Mr Bateman, an art, fashion and interiors installation, where artists are not bound by patron constraint and their true creative self is revealed. "
It was a pleasure to be a part of this exhibition and have a role in forming a welcoming home for 'Mrs and Mr Bateman' with my lamps.
'Mrs and Mr Bateman', opened their home on Wednesday April 25th for a four day long exhibition. The exhibition was run by three women, artist Selena Beaudry, vintage fashion dealer Clemmie Myers, and interior designer Natalie Tredgett. Together they created the fictitious Mrs and Mr Bateman home, where you could purchase a piece (aforementioned the lamp. shown in the images) from fifteen different artists presented as part of the home.
Very honoured to announce that I have received the award for Best Bronze and Resin Sculptures in England.
Atelier Favori opening in Tokyo. For the first time, I am excited to display my pieces in Japan. This has been a wonderful opportunity to work with Atelier Favori, who are opening their showroom in Spring 2018.