Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Gathered Store by Little Gatherer






When my favourite blog for all things lovely for little ones called to ask me to photograph campaign images for their new store, I jumped at the chance!  Little Gatherer launched The Gathered Store just before Christmas here and the Telkiddo bags made super cute Santa sacks. The images created were made into banners for their facebook page and webstore and also as product images, instagram posts and lots, lots more.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Homely Creatures



 I was beyond exited to work with Homely Creatures on their new knitted mountain and cloud cushions.  I couldn't think of anything better to style with than their classic bear and fawn cushions and chunky felt petal bunting.  These images were the result. Thanks to My Friend Fred for the beautiful tent frame.  I have since spotted the images I created in Issue 63 of Frankie in the kids directory and on the Homely Creatures homepage.

Thursday, January 22, 2015


I have been lucky enough to work with Jade's beautiful products twice to date.  I shared some images here and here a little while ago.  Her shop Sofofo, stocks the most exquisite dolls and decor for little ones. Besides sharing on social media, here are how some of my images were used on Sofofo's website.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Recent Work

Now that I have my website up and running (thanks to 3 nights sitting up 'til midnight), I am going to share my recent styling & photography work more often here and include how my clients have used the images on their websites, web stores, for advertising in print mags and online and of course social media.

Remember my bedroom post for Adairs? This is what my room still looks like now, but a full makeover is in the works.  We are waiting on some cladding to be delivered and then we can strip, paint, paint some more and make it pretty.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Christmas Eve


This year the Christmas prep was a bit (as in, a lot) last minute for me.  But thanks to Felt Foxes (garland), the husbo (tree) and Graham & Brown (the wallpaper used for the gift wrapping and taped in a strip on the wall to hold xmas cards within its gilded frames) - I got there in the end. Oh and I used a Kikki K stamp set to add names to gifts which hopefully saves the-gift tag-fell-of-confusion on the day.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Christmas Wishlist Blog Hop

Clockwise from top left :Rosie  pillowcase from One in a Melon; Hubble + Duke gold ballet moccs; Babette surprise box from The Gathered Store; gold lamp from This Little Love;  linen toddler duvet from hello milky; cards from The Adventures of;  Bonjour Camille from My Messy RoomLittle Pea Interiors apple house; Boramiri Deer from SoFoFo;

The beautiful Steph from Bondville dreamed up a Christmas wishlist blog hop featuring products designed in Australia or products available in locally owned online stores for a few of us bloggers to share.  Above is my wishlist for Piper.  Make sure you jump onto all the blogs below to view their Christmas lists. Happy idea gathering and shopping.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Merino Baby Giveaway


When Merino Baby invited me to try some of their gorgeous products I couldn't wait to pop them on Piper. I like the classic colours and the fact that the wool is so fine and soft on her skin and you can just throw them in the wash and they come out good as new.

The lovely thing about wool is that its warm in winter and cool in summer and because the fabric is breathable the bubs won't overheat in her sleep suit at night or when she's running around at kindy during the day.

14 month old Piper road tested the navy dress and short sleeves bodysuit in grey/navy (both in 18-24 months), both of which she models above (bless her little heart) and the single layer sleeping bag in grey (12-24 months).  It's hard to pick a favourite but I think it's the body suit because its so soft and not too tight so still looks good tucked into shorts.  I've also had trouble finding a sleep suit in a size long enough for her (Piper hates sleeping under covers) so I was excited this one came our way.

These would make a beautiful gift for overseas friends are they are made from 100% Australian wool and they have a subtle little embroidered kangaroo on every item.

Now for the GIVEAWAY part: 
Visit & to discover baby clothes made with only the finest 100% Australian merino wool. Fully machine washable for easy care. Perfect for layering or as undergarments. Garments designed with love in Australia for your little one. For your chance to win a hat and mitten set worth $29.95 (size 0-24 months, colours may vary) please leave a comment why you love Merino Baby.  Good luck! Winner announced Monday 10 November, please leave your email address at the end of your comment so I can get in touch if you win!.