London: Inside

In the 7 years I’ve been an interior photographer, I’ve covered a lot of ground in London. My main focus has been residential interiors but I’ve also shot lots of commercial interiors. With such a library of images, it’s fascinating to follow the development of design: from neutral palates to bold patterns, from minimalism to cool clutter, from modern to retro, from oak to walnut, from limestone to marble.  The modernist glass box is now the thing to have. The garden shed has made way for the ‘garden room’. And the home became an ‘investment vehicle’.

Some interiors stand alone. They don’t get too carried away with trends; they are proactive rather than reactive. They express the individuality of their owners and their confidence to follow their own ideas. These are the holy grail of interiors. It is with these spaces in mind that London: Inside was born; to reveal London interiors that inspire others to create rather than copy; to develop rather than follow. The end result will be an exhibition of images that empowers and invites individualism. If you have a space that is as individual as you are, I’d love to hear from you!

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