After ending February with a stinking cold and a sickness bug, I was ready for March to begin and for spring to come alive. It's only the 3rd of March (writing this) yet I already have a very positive outlook for the month ahead. I have a few shoots already lined up which I'm looking forward to. I also shot a very special post with Victoria from In The Frow and Burberry which you can see here. I'm so pleased with how our concept together with Burberry came to life. I'll have the full post up on my blog very soon.
Tomorrow morning I am heading off on a very exciting trip with Isabella to Santorini, I'm not sure I can begin to explain how excited I am! A week of shoots in the sunshine with a very lovely lady is just what the doctor ordered, after being so poorly!!
Isabella has very recently made the jump to become freelance from ASOS to focus more on her blog. I'm so happy to see her doing so well and being successful doing what she loves. I just can't wait to share photos of what we get up to. Be sure to give us both a follow on Instagram if you don't already as I'm sure there will be quite a few uploads!
Can we also just take a minute to appreciate how cute this 'travel notes' journal is, a lovely item from Kikki K, a brand that I knew very little about up until November. I think the first time I saw the brand was on Olivia's Christmas gift guide and I was totally smitten, so when I saw they were going to open a store in Covent Garden I could hardly contain my excitement.
After quite a few visits to the store (more than I'd care to admit, if you didn't know already I'm a raging stationary addict) I attended their first workshop here in the UK with Emily & Meredith at the beginning of February. The workshops are in conjunction with their 'Inspiration Journals', and this workshop was themed on their goals journal. I'm more in love with the brand than ever. So when this trip with Isabella was booked in the diary I couldn't help but get a few bits from their travel range; 'Resfeber' pieces! You'll be seeing them in a few upcoming posts I'm sure.
In the mean time, better late than never, does anyone have any recommendations for Santorini?