If you’re looking for fashion events to attend this month  it’s worth popping into 125 Live. 125 Magazine celebrates their contributors over the last decade, with a photo exhibition that includes the work of  Rankin, Jason Hetherington, Dean Chalkley, Indira Cesarine, Paul Farrell and Simon Emmett.  With over 45 photographers each artist selected their pieces for this exhibition and all work is forContinue reading


Today we had a production meeting with our team as tomorrow we’re doing a fashion film. I’m working with a new designer, Norma Hauri, who designs Muslim wear.  In Indonesia there are stylists who specialize in the hijab (the head scarf) as there are so many different ways of wearing it – fortunately Norma isContinue reading


You never know when it’s going to rain in London. Always bring an umbrella!


Today I was up at 4:30am to go to Bath to style and art director a shoot for Bath in Fashion.  We were shooting real people who all had their own style and were representative of Bath from a music artist to a rugby player! One of my interns was so cute and stylish thatContinue reading


There is always something exciting about seeing a film set. I don’t know what film this is but jut seeing crashed cars, extras hanging about and even telephone boxes where they are not usually excites the  imagination!

20130209 104942 Behind the Scenes at Kate Nashs 3am video

3am was such a fun video to style. Most of the video was shot at The Renaissance Rooms in Vauxhall, it was the perfect location for a 70’s roller disco! All the clothes were sourced from a variety of vintage shops and at Gemma Cairney’s charity sale Rumble in the Jumble. I found some great pieces,Continue reading


This sweater coat is from one of my favourite collections, Alice Palmer’s AW 2010 Batman Collection.  I’ve worked with Alice for over 7 years and I’m quite excited about her AW 2013 collection Lady Vengeance – there are so many pieces that I love. 30 Seconds with Alice Palmer What was the inspiration behind yourContinue reading

  I had so much fun styling Delilah for Untitled Magazine shot by photographer Andreas Stavrinides. Hair: Elliot Bssilla Make Up: Julia Wilson


I styled Kate Nash’s video for 3am and it was so much fun to style a 70’s inspired video. In this picture is Kate and her band, from left to right: Linda Buratto, Fern Ford, Kate Nash and Emma Hughes. London’s a great city to be in when styling these kinds of shoots because allContinue reading

  I styled the video for for 3am and I’m so excited to see it – it’s very 70’s inspired and some of it was shot at a roller disco! Since then I have been dancing around my flat for weeks with partial clips of Kate Nash’s new single 3am in my head. It’s amazingContinue reading

Prepping with Emmy the Great for her Chinese New Year shoot. Emma-Lee Moss better known as Emmy the Great, just came back from Sundance. After two well-received solo albums, Emmy worked with composer Ilan Eshkeri (Layer Cake, Kick-Ass, Coriolanus) and wrote the soundtrack to Austenland, which is the directorial debut of Napoleon Dynamite co-writer, JerushaContinue reading


I’m waking up in the dark and coming home in the dark so it’s so nice to be working on Spring/Summer shoots with lots of colour!


I love travelling so I was quite excited to visit Zurich for a few days and do a fashion shoot. Of course I never manage to see the city I’m in as I’m usually in a windowless studio but I did arrive during a snow storm and it was magical.  

I loved styling this shoot – it was so much fun and it was great to see everything come together .Often I have less than a week to prep a shoot so when you have a few weeks it feels like a luxury but really it gives you the time to properly prepare and callContinue reading


Phoenix Magazine did a live photoshoot featuring six semi finalists for the Graduate Fashion Week Best of British for George competition. Each designer created a capsule collection that was inspired by the heritage of the local area surrounding their university. The finalists are Susanna Yi from the University of East London, Leanne Jordon from theContinue reading