For me a collection is never complete and one year on from the beginning of 'A short History of Milan' I returned to the city to continue the series. My head was buzzing with ideas and an ambitious list of places I planned to visit. Having had difficulty buying film this year, thankfully I managed to stock up just before I left but as always I was concerned about how my vintage camera equipment would hold up on a six day shoot. It was a tough week walking the streets, often in the rain, with my heavy Mamiya RB67, a set of lenses, and various accessories but I was motivated and inspired by the city that sparkles find beauty everywhere I went.
Guest blog from interior design account @alondonrenovation on how to choose art for your home. You bring your story to the art in your home. It is in this interaction that art can become an exciting part of interior design, in a way that doesn't necessarily happen with a cushion or a lamp - at least, not with the same immediacy. Art can be transporting, inspiring, joyous, melancholy, nostalgic. The most important thing is to buy art that makes you feel something. Richard Heeps incredible lens based photography certainly does that.