June 16, 2015

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Photo Journal: Of The Deep

When Ernest Journal asked us to shoot a feature on John Lee and his collection of antique diving helmets, we were both excited and nervous at the same time. His collection is awe inspiring, it offers an insight into the history and importance of Whitstable, a town at the forefront of early diving exploration, each piece provides a vivid reminder of the dangers those intrepid explorers faced when venturing into the deep unknown for the first time.

Above is a selection of photography and outtakes shot on the day with John and his daughter Kirsty. For the full article and more pick up a copy of Ernest Journal issue 3 here.
May 01, 2015

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Photo Journal: Paris

We spent a beautiful few days in Paris recently, hopefully this visual guide says it all. It was certainly a struggle to edit down over 400 photos into the 24 that you see here.
Happy travels, here are our favourite 10 things to do in the city of Paris.

1. Take the 300 steps to the top of the Sacre Coeur, the views are breathtaking. 
2. Have lunch at the Holy Belly Cafe.
3. For the best coffee in Paris, visit Telescope & Fondation.
4. Browse one of the many amazing flower boutiques.
5. Have tea & cake at the Mosque, and go inside to view the wonderful buildings. 
6. Visit the botanical gardens (just opposite the Mosque, you can walk off the cake!)
7. Soak up the atmosphere that surrounds Place Des Vosges. 
8. Lose hours wandering around the Marais. 
9. Le Comptoir General. Coffee, cocktails and one of the most amazing spaces you will ever visit.
10. Wander along the banks of the Seine looking at the vintage book collections.
January 12, 2015

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Photo Journal: Winter On The Coast

We spent the last days of 2014 exploring our local coastline and taking in the wonder and inspiration that can be found right on our doorstep. From Beachy Head, through Botany Bay and then on down to Margate, a few days spent in the crisp winter air by the sea was a perfect way to reflect on quite the year, whilst looking forward to what this new year might bring.