Hi just wanted to share with you links to my boutiques, I have two amazing on-line boutiques selling gifts for friends and family
From the start, the photos themselves were never the point. There are no professional techniques used here – every photo is from the not-amazing camera on my phone. It’s about what’s in the photo, something you might not notice ordinarily.
I took a picture of my feet and shoes on those slabs, and after that I started to find myself looking down a lot. Since I love taking photos, I decided to start a photographic journal of my everyday journeys.
P.S - Latoyas Playhouse is still open for business so pop along to both shops and have a look.
Hi guys just wanted to pop in and show you the new look Latoya’s playhouse, its not a major redesign just a little tidy up. have a look here and tell me what you think.
One of my Japan prints was featured in a blog post on Accidental Vix this week. I like the way it highlighted that disasters like Japan don’t go away just because their media coverage dies down.
I’ve been a fan of Sandra Cassidy’s Ruby Loves Red for some time now, so I was delighted when, a few weeks back, she got in touch and offered to stock some of my prints. I’m pleased to say they’re now available here. And, she’s published a nice blog post introducing me as well.
Ruby Loves Red is an online store and blog devoted to gifts with character, run by Sandra Cassidy. It celebrates hand-crafted products and prints created by some of the most talented people. Sandra has a degree in illustration and printmaking, and a love of soft toys. The site has been going a little under two years, but already has a huge wealth of content and products to inspire and delight you. I recommend you make your way over there when you can, and also follow @rubylovesred on Twitter.