Gardeners’ World Christmas 2021 Great to have the Christmas cover of Gardeners’ World Magazine. Taken on a freezing cold day in January, when Christmas seasonal material was still available….just!
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I worked on an allotment series in Richmond for Gardeners’ World magazine between 2008-10. The adjacent plot was looked after by a very quiet Irishman, Michael Hobbs, who I got to know during my frequent visits. I loved his plot, which was like a 1960’s back garden, complete with gnomes and ornamental frogs, and I frequently left with handfuls of spare fruit, veg or flowers. These unpublished portraits were taken in 2010 after my last visits for GW.
Portfolio shot from a couple of years ago – Wedding flowers, styled by Clare Nolan and Susanne Hatwood for The Mail on Sunday’s You Magazine.
Portfolio images, initially taken for the Which? Consumer Group, for a Tulip trial at their gardens at Capel Manor.
Close-up of waterlilies in the main lake at Monet’s garden, Giverny. Unknown varieties – records of the plants in the garden were not as detailed as I normally find in UK gardens.
The Long Border at Great Dixter, East Sussex. Originally the family home of Christopher Lloyd, it is one of the best known gardens in the UK. Great Dixter is managed by Fergus Garrett, who started working as Head Gardener under Christopher Lloyd in 1992.
Monet’s garden at Giverny, from a feature for SAGA Magazine. The main lake with waterlilies.
Monet’s garden at Giverny, from a feature for SAGA Magazine.
Nice to have the cover of this month’s Gardeners’ World magazine, with their Gardens of the Year competition issue. Congratulations to all the lovely folk I met en-route in a slightly mad 8 day dash across the UK from Kent, Hampshire, Wales, up to the Lake District, Scotland and finally to the Orkney Islands. And thanks for all the 5am cups of coffee, bacon sandwiches and chocolate biscuits to keep me going…I promise, I wasn’t a judge!
This afternoon I received an advance copy of the book I shot with Katie Rushworth and Tara O’Sullivan last summer. Really pleased!