Introducing my new collection of handmade lampshades, designed and made by me. Inspired by places I love to roam.
My photography is typically of nature, architecture and anything that captures my imagination.
At first glance, within each design, you may only see a repeating pattern of kaleidoscopic shapes, of intricate detail and colour. But, it’s not so obvious to what you are looking at, until you look closer.
I view my lampshades as works of art, each lending a story, which frames, not just a lamp base or a ceiling, but becomes a feature in your home to sit back and enjoy.
From Whitstable Harbour, Boats, Oyster shells and Ice Cream; The Radcliffe Camera building (The Bodleian Libraries) and Nuffield College architecture in Oxford; to Sailing Boats and Trees in Abingdon. These are but just few images you will find woven together across my collection.
The sunrise behind the Abingdon Sailing Club, combined with an Autumnal Maple tree on Stert St.
Twinning of two neighbouring places - Abingdon & Oxford. A twisted tree root and church staircase.
An ice-cream sat inside a Whitstable Oyster shell! Who would have thunk it? Make mine a 99!
Two photographic images intertwined of The Radcliffe Camera (Bodleian) & Nuffield College, Oxford.
It's not about me, it is about you! Okay - well if you must read about me, then please click on the link below to read about my journey.
I would be truly honoured, if you feel that one of my lampshades would do nicely in your home.
Cushion covers (envelope style) can be made available in any of my designs, size dependent - so ping me an email to find out more.