We shot this photoset on a misty winter evening last year, trying to capture that dark, almost holy sense of wonder (quiet as a nun/Breathless with adoration) that these northern winters inspire.
As I was editing these rowan blessed photos from early autumn, I started thinking of how depressing the second half of autumn can seem. So I thought I’d share some of my tips for managing seasonal depression during these gloomy winter months.
When you grow up in the tropics, snow is the most impossibly magical thing. As a child I used to pretend that the clattering chunks of early summer hail were soft, whispering snowflakes instead.
In the autumn of 2018, Owen and I went to Wheelbirks and took some photos in the orchard right at the end of apple picking season. When I see these photos now, all I can think of is how things have changed since Lila.
I’ve been wanting to capture the heather in bloom for years now, but magical as it is, it’s also ephemeral, fleeting. This year we finally caught it at its peak.
I wore this stunning dress gifted to me by Ace & Jig – a label I’ve admired since forever. They’ve recently added a couple of new sizes to some of their most well loved designs.
When Darn Good Yarn contacted me about styling one of their skirts, I was so excited! It’s the intersection of everything that’s closest to my heart in terms of fashion.
Last week, I went to Durham and managed to capture some of the gorgeous medieval town.
The forest is transformed in autumn. We went down to Hedley Woods the other day to get some autumn colour and found a brooding, fairytale landscape.