Last year I spent a lovely couple of hours with gardener/blogger David Corscadden in his garden in Co. Kildare. It was lovely to hear all about where David’s love of gardening comes from and how he is continuing on a family garden.
Check out the latest Garden Heaven magazine for an interview with David.
Its been a while since I posted an “At Work” session but this is worth the wait ! We didn’t get round to it last year but it was one I wasn’t going to let slip by.
I had already met Claire while helping out at a photo shoot with Carol Dunne and Sharon Hearne-Smith, being familiar with her work already it was lovely to meet her in person.
The smell of the gorgeous fresh flowers and great company – it is a space I could linger in all day. This lady is highly in demand these days and would be on my wish list if I was getting married again.
Here is the final instalment for 2013 of a personal project, titled “At Work” and it is a yummy one! The very lovely and very talented Iseult Janssens, the lady behind The Cake Stand.
I was delighted to be introduced to Iseult and her wonderful work two years ago and since then we have had such wonderful chats and a few yummy photo shoots ! She was always going to be on my list for this project and I was thrilled when she agreed to it.
Today’s blog post features the designer Jenny Walsh, I am sure you have seen her gorgeous Cuckoo and Grandfather Clocks as they regularly feature in interior magazines etc. – and we are now the proud owners of one of her Cuckoo Clocks!
It has been a real privilege to meet all these talented people during my project and Jenny was no exception. We spent a lovely couple of hours in her studio chatting and photographing as she worked.
Busy couple of weeks for blog posts, getting all up to date before Christmas holidays!
Todays post is another of my personal “At Work” projects, featuring Fán Regan of Fawn Prints. Her prints are beautiful, hand-printed using the best quality (non-toxic) inks and paper.
I love her designs, so clean and simple with a lovely pop of colour.
We had a wonderful few hours chatting away about her work and it was really interesting to see how her prints are made.
Next up in my personal “At Work” projects is Merle O’ Grady, Jewellery designer who has just moved from London back home to Dublin.
It was so interesting watching Merle creating her beautiful pieces in her studio and chatting to her.
Her designs appear regularly in magazines and has some very famous ladies amongst her fans.
Here is another one of my personal “At Work” projects, Martha Lynn, a very talented milliner based in Dublin.
I had a really enjoyable morning with Martha hearing all about her designs and seeing her at work.
She has such beautiful designs and stunning colours, just perfect to photograph.
When I started thinking about my “at work” project I knew there was definitely someone I wanted to include in it, myself and Hajni had chatted (online) numerous times but because she is based in Cork I wasn’t sure when I could manage a trip down there to photograph her. Then it all fell into place thanks to a family holiday in Glengarriff and an accommodating husband