I have been a bit all over the place recently as I’ve been moving house, but am in my new home now and can start unpacking. TIMBER has been neglected for a few weeks, but soon the stock will all be photographed and up on the TIMBER shop, and then I can get started on the new products! Some ace collaborations will be coming, so keep checking the blog for updates…
The way these leaves have been trodden into the pavement in Bloomsbury Square is so beautiful.
SOMEONE who I don’t know and have never met, EVER, did an experiment with paint on a bridge and this is what happened…
I always feel like, somebody’s watching me…
Bluebells and daffodils, can it get any nicer?
What are your Easter plans? I hope they involve lots of chocolate eggs. It’s what Jesus would have wanted. Eat, drink, and be happy xx
Obviously, being obsessed with interiors and furniture design means that you become extra nosy when it comes to other people’s homes. I love photographing interiors – not because I think I’m particularly good at it, but because it allows me to have a discreet rummage around someone else’s home…
First up on TIMBER is the home and studio of artists David Cochrane and his flatmate, Kit Merritt, along with Bucky the beautiful Tonkinese cat. They live in a warehouse in Hackney, East London. The studio is available to hire for photo shoots, so please get in touch if you’re interested in hiring it out! I have known Dave for a looooooong time now and we’ve been through some traumas but I’m always amazed at his strength and extreme creativity. Again, contact me if you would like information about his upcoming exhibitions. And click on Kit’s name above for a link to her work.
Bucky the cat
David's beautifully distressed 1940s Amish quilt
Cake from St John...yes please
The orange/blue artwork is by Stuart Edmundson
David and Bucky
These have got to be the most amazing tattoos I’ve seen in YEARS.
I’d like to update my Spring wardrobe with these:
This bag can be purchased from Albam.
These glasses can be purchased from Prism.
I just want to look nerdy, I guess.