I’m a fashion photographer and blogger and mainly focus on the awesome street style in London. The best thing about the city is the variation of style, everywhere you go, you find amazing, individual style.


Hoi Polloi and Ace Hotel

With a name that means “the people” it’s hard not to want to join the pack and dine here. Wood-panelled, bright lights, stylish company, this is the perfect pre-party eating location.

Situated in the suitably sharp area of Shoreditch, mains include the exquisite Braised short rib and baked polenta gnocchi.


Old Truman Brewery

Once home to London’s biggest brewery, the Old Truman Brewery is now a hub of independent shops, bars and restaurants – just off Brick Lane.

“Fragmentarily the City is nothing, but collectively it is gigantic…”
Charlotte Riddell


Brick Lane

Formerly a famous slum and scene of the crime of the Jack The Ripper murders, Brick Lane in East London is now one of the hotspots of the city’s creative scene.

Brick Lane is famed for it’s boutique shops, vintage clothing and curry houses. Expect to see a young crowd hanging out against a backdrop of world class street art – with graffiti from artists such as Banksy and Ben Eine.