Fall in Love

Paris is so often associated with romance that when I was asked to style H&M's new Fall in Love collection I figured it would only be purely illogical to shoot the pieces anywhere else. Despite visiting the city twice before it was so refreshing to see it in the Fall with my best friend; my mum who is also my favourite travel/selfie companion. Nothing beats a day of mother-daughter bonding over shopping and eating with plenty of espresso breaks in between. Though we only had one full day in the city it was the perfect pre-term getaway full of shopping, good wine and copious amounts of amazing bread. Trips like these make me realise that our mother-daughter friendship is something very rare and worthy of more travel getaways. 

Oh, and you can win a 50 voucher H&M voucher by sharing your own #HMFallInLove story on Twitter and Instagram, by tagging either @HMUnitedKingdom on twitter or @HM on Instagram and using the hashtag @HMFallInLove; winners will be chosen on October 12th (just sayin'....free clothes)

Top and Coat from H&M's Fall In Love Collection
Photos taken on an Olympus superzoom 105R.


Taipei by night

I know this is so long overdue...I still have a ton of content from Taipei to share so this will be the first instalment of many. As much as I enjoy capturing natural light the ambience and colours of cities at night will always be my favourite. Cheers to my friends for being my modelling guinea pigs Hope you all are enjoying the first bits of fall. 

Taken on a Fujifilm X Pro 1.


Video: Behind the Scenes

One of those things I was under the impression that I had posted but never did. Remember that post we shot ages ago in a studio? Well as a #tbt here's the behind the scenes video. :-)

Check out Bry's photography here. I'll be posting a new post shot by him soon so stay tuned!

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With Flowers and Noodles

One of the above, or both. In consecutive order. I've always been slightly skeptical of people who just happen to be holding a bouquet, clad in a nonchalant mishmash of stripes, denim, and some form of suede or leather, caught mid-errand and mid-stroll. Hence I can safely assure you that in my own case, this picture only happens when your gay-husband comma photography babe buys said flowers a day in advance...and you're in a good enough mood after a good meal involving noodles and fried rice. Sheung wan is one of those areas in Hong Kong that has been heavily geotagged for its plethora of coffee bars and boutiques, however my favourite Sheung Wan spots are the local eats; I get a lot of requests to recommend my favourite restaurants in the city so I thought this would be a good place to start. Read until the end of the post to find out about my two favourite local eats in Sheung Wan.


Top from J.H.Zane
Cos Sandals 

Photography by Bryant Lee.