I loved this exhibition by rising talent Meg Sharp, who has a unique take on photographing music artists by double exposing her photographs, with stunning results. Merging the lines between photography and 'art', this exhibition felt totally original and something I hadn't seen done before.
It was hosted at the delightful J+A café (perfectly hidden from the overcrowded streets of Thursday night Clerkenwell) and curated by Metro Imaging. As part of an ongoing collaboration, Metro Imaging and J+A have come together to promote and raise awareness of some of the best young photographic talent, which they've definitely found in Meg. Every 6 weeks they will be showcasing a new artist's work, culminating with an end of year show that incorporates all photographers featured over the year.
It's showing for a while longer so I heartily recommend a lunchtime or after-work browse in the lovely surroundings.
Another weekend, another beautiful English house that I found myself invited to stay in. As much as I love London it’s been nice to escape a little bit of late (especially with this wash out summer we’re having which makes countryside dwelling seem much more appealing – something about rain and trees that I just love. Reminds me of home / childhood I think). Also apparently I have a thing for taking pictures of bookcases. Unashamedly obsessed with a good bookshelf.