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  1. Polar Preservation with John bozinov

    Polar Preservation with John bozinov
    Growing up amongst the wilderness of New Zealand and experiencing, first-hand, life at the extremes of the Polar Regions, it's no surprise that photographer, John Bozinov, is on a mission to protect the natural world. For just over a year, John has been working as a Polar expedition photographer aboard a vessel that travels to the Antarctic Peninsula and island...
  2. KITSCH CALIFORNIAN SPACES with Helin Bereket

    KITSCH CALIFORNIAN SPACES with Helin Bereket
    Helin Bereket is a photographer, originally from Istanbul and currently based in Berlin. She loves to capture minimalist architecture and colourful spaces. But the city streets of her home town don’t always provide the architectural excitement she craves.In Berlin, she says, “there are many rules…the buildings look almost the same. No different shapes or colours…Of course there are exceptions like...
  3. FAMILY LIFE BY A FJORD with Emma Midthjell

    FAMILY LIFE BY A FJORD with Emma Midthjell
    In June, the Nordfjord region of Norway gets almost 24 hours of sunlight a day. “There’s only a few hours of dusk during the night…If we climb the mountain behind our house we can watch the sun go down over the ocean around midnight,” Emma Midthjell tells us.Emma lives with her husband Bjørn and their three daughters (aged 1, 3...
  4. TINY SPACE LIVING with the Mayes Family

    TINY SPACE LIVING with the Mayes Family
    Choosing to forgo convention and live an alternative life is never easy. Particularly when you’ve got four children in tow. But that’s exactly what Debbie and Gabriel Mayes did in the summer of last year. They moved their family out of a spacious 5000 sq. ft. home and into a converted school bus.Tiny space living is a growing trend. More...
  5. A FREELANCE STUDIO WORKSPACE with Jules Villbrandt

    A FREELANCE STUDIO WORKSPACE with Jules Villbrandt
    The world of work has changed dramatically. Many of us work in very different ways from the generations that came before us. We freelance. We hot desk. We spend our days in workspaces that inspire creativity. We share those spaces with enterprises other than our own.Jules Villbrandt, the visual creative behind German life and style magazine, Herz & Blut ("Heart...
  6. ICELANDIC LANDSCAPES WITH GUNNAR FREYR

    ICELANDIC LANDSCAPES WITH GUNNAR FREYR
    Icelandic winters are dark and long. Photographer and explorer, Gunnar Freyr, doesn’t mind that so much. “The winter weather is often dramatic and wild…it brings this unexpected and unpredictable element to life,” he says. But right around now, green and rocky landscapes are replacing those of snow and ice. “Before you know it, the days are getting longer and longer...
  7. TRAVELLING JAPAN WITH LIZ WIBLE

    TRAVELLING JAPAN WITH LIZ WIBLE
    Liz Wible is on a round the world adventure. She downsized from her studio flat into a suitcase and took off to discover new places and new cultures with her partner, Conrad. One of her most recent (and most favourite) destinations has been Japan, a country they spent six weeks exploring earlier this year.So why did Japan make it on...
  8. Creating an Urban Jungle with Friederike Weid

    Creating an Urban Jungle with Friederike Weid
    During the festive season we fill our homes with greenery. Trees, wreaths and maybe a poinsettia or two. But Friederike Weid doesn’t wait around for the winter months. Her home is an urban jungle, filled with plants and foliage all year round.Friederike’s passion for plants started at an early age. She worked in the garden with her mum and has...
  9. A Contemporary Moroccan Interior at El Fenn, Marrakech

    A Contemporary Moroccan Interior at El Fenn, Marrakech
    One of the most Instagrammed interiors on the internet, El Fenn in Marrakech is the stuff interior design dreams are made of. This boutique hotel is sophisticated, colourful, contemporary and true to its roots. And it succeeds at being all of those things all at the same time. Here we go behind the scenes with Megan Lloyd Davies, El Fenn’s...
  10. South Australia from the Skies with Bo Le

    South Australia from the Skies with Bo Le
    The first consumer drone was unveiled to the masses back in 2010. Since then, use of commercial drones has skyrocketed. It’s a booming industry that’s supporting the advancement of many others. In sectors like real estate, media and even farming, using a drone to take photographs and video has opened up a whole new world of possibilities.For photographers like Bo...
  11. Which Photo Book is the One for You?

    Which Photo Book is the One for You?
    You've captured hundreds of meaningful photos, images that bring a smile to your face, and allow you to relive special moments all over again.  These photos mean so much that you will want to keep them for generations to come, and a Photo Book is the perfect way to preserve your special memories. Below we will showcase and highlight...
  12. Nordic Minimalism with Marieke Verdenius

    Nordic Minimalism with Marieke Verdenius
    The minimal design of Marieke Vedenius' old Amsterdam apartment is the epitome of calm simplicity. Muted, neutral tones and textures that capture the light. Modern furniture pieces and vintage hand-me-downs with a heap of history. Marieke's interior style is simple but full of depth.The idea has endured and seems more relevant than ever. We're increasingly concerned about the negative effects...
  13. Creating a Capsule Wardrobe with Dominique Davis

    Creating a Capsule Wardrobe with Dominique Davis
    The term capsule wardrobe was first coined by Susie Faux, a London fashion boutique owner, back in the 1970s. She used the phrase to describe a small selection of garments that could grace your wardrobe from one season to the next, never going out of fashion“ essentially fashion staples.The idea has endured and seems more relevant than ever. We're increasingly...
  14. City Guide: Hong Kong with Candy Lai

    City Guide: Hong Kong with Candy Lai
    Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world. Modern skyscrapers line busy city streets and neon billboards light the night sky. But this is a city with much more to offer. Around 70% of the region consists of mountains and natural parks. Traditional Chinese culture is still an important part of Hong Kong life. And...
  15. Exploring the Scottish Highlands with Ali Horne

    Exploring the Scottish Highlands with Ali Horne
    Who better to give us the lowdown on the best natural spots in Scotland than Scottish travel photographer Ali Horne? Ali has spent years capturing the staggering beauty and drama of wild Scotland and is keen to share the many reasons his country should feature on every travel wish list. Scotland is a small country but, as Ali tells us...
  16. Styling a Secret Supper with Christiann Koepke

    Styling a Secret Supper with Christiann Koepke
    Christiann Koepke is a photographer and recipe curator based in Portland, Oregon. For the past few years she has been an integral part of Secret Suppers, working within a small team of creatives and cooks to host extraordinary dining experiences in unforgettable locations.For Christiann, gathering around a table with family and friends is the most special of events. "I love...
  17. Mojave Living with Sara & Rich Combs

    Mojave Living with Sara & Rich Combs
    Sara and Rich Combs first discovered the desert wilderness of Joshua Tree in the Mojave Desert during a month-long road trip through the US. Back home in San Francisco, the surreal landscapes and calm quiet of the place stayed with them. Unable to get Joshua Tree out of their heads, they returned a year later looking for a home...
  18. Green Spaces in the City with @haarkon

    Green Spaces in the City with @haarkon
    The world is becoming increasingly urbanised. It's estimated that by the year 2050, two out of every three people across the world will live in a city. The statistics are already higher for countries like the UK, USA and Canada. Urban life undoubtedly has its advantages but research suggests humans haven't fully adapted to the industrialised environment. We benefit...
  19. Cabin Fever with @kylefinndempsey

    Cabin Fever with @kylefinndempsey
    "The great outdoors is where I find myself truly at peace. Away from my phone, my online banking statements, my computer, my debts, stresses and worries." In a world where it is becoming more and more difficult to switch off and get away from it all, we can all take a little inspiration from Kyle Dempsey. The Massachusetts resident...
  20. Tasty Late Winter Recipes with @wholeheartedeats

    Tasty Late Winter Recipes with @wholeheartedeats
    The chilly month of February (for those of us in the northern hemisphere) often overstays its welcome. Dark days and cold temperatures demand one or two cosy comforts to see us through to spring. Here, we're treated to three late winter recipe ideas from Sophie Mackenzie of @wholeheartedeats, all designed to awaken the taste buds and warm the soul...

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