My Week in Pictures #1

March 10, 2013






What a week! Very busy, but what’s new? I just got back from spending a day in Brighton. I fell in love with that city and am already planning when to squeeze another trip into my schedule. After a bit of wandering along the beach, my friends and I headed up towards the heart of the city. We took a tour through the Royal Pavillion, which was absolutely insane. Think orientalism times a million with a generous splash of tacky. There were sculptures of dragons holding up massive chandeliers and banquet halls where dinners with over 100 courses were served. Obviously, I loved it! I wish they would have let you take pictures inside, but alas, you’ll have to go there yourself to see it! We grabbed a quick lunch and headed off to do some shopping in the Lanes. We stumbled upon an antique market called Snoopers Paradise and I just about went to heaven. I could spend hours looking through antiques. And the store had a photobooth! I can never resist a good photobooth so, like the good blogger cliche that I am, had to take a couple quick snaps. Unfortunately, we weren’t very good at squeezing us all in the frame, so you only get me and my friend Ryan!

I’ve been doing a lot of drawing in museums for one of my art classes. This week we were studying the Rococo period, so I drew from a Fragonard in the National Gallery. I love drawing in public, even though I get so self-conscious about my work. Last week, when I was drawing from an Italian Renaissance painting, a super cute guy sat down next to me and pulled out his own drawing supplies. Five minutes later, I look over and the guy next to me had created the most stunning replica of the painting in front of us. I swear, he was Michelangelo reincarnated. So, I just left. What else was I to do?

Earlier this week, I did a ballet inspired shoot with a final year student from the University of East London. It was so fun! I really loved the concept and Jess, the photographer, was great to work with. We did some film shots too– can’t wait to see how they turned out. We worked with a really talented (and sweet!) makeup artist named Lorna! I was so pleased with the makeup she came up with that I left it on for the rest of the day. A bit much for my evening study group?

Now I just have to get busy with all my coursework :O


  1. Kristian says:

    You have gorgeous photos that really give us a slice of your life (which I enjoy reading about too.)

  2. Lauren at adorn la femme says:

    J’adore j’adore!! Your photo of yourself with the Canon is so beautiful~ your makeup, the all black artist look and coolness is crazy good!!

    -Lauren at adorn la femme

  3. Morgan Brooks says:

    Your blog is so fabulous. I also adore your style so much! I am following :)
    If you could give me your thoughts on my latest post that would SERIOUSLY make my day.

  4. iEmma says:

    lovely post, I adore this make up!
    Emma xx

  5. Sally says:

    i LOVE this post, so so many beautiful photos and that last picture, you look beautiful xxxx

  6. Sarah says:

    Great pictures!! I love Brighton- especially the pier! And the photobooth pictures…very retro!

  7. Airin says:

    WOW!!! Really amazing pictures!! Gorgeous!

  8. Levi says:

    Nice pictures and you’re such a beautiful girl! :) xx

  9. Katie says:

    These photos are so so so beautiful <3 I love this + you are WONDERFUL.
    It seems like you had great week!

  10. Laura says:

    I love Brighton, I’ve been there last summer. :)
    And your make-up on the last picture is amazing. :)

    I’m following your lovely blog now via Bloglovin’ :)

  11. aliya says:

    I am so glad I found your blog! Its an absolute gem! Your pictures are beautiful and so are you! Following :)

    If you have the time, I’d really appreciate it if you could pop by my blog where I’m hosting a giveaway for my little vintage etsy store:
    Hill Side Story
    Hill Side Story on FB

    xx Aliya

  12. Tara says:

    So jealous of your amazing adventures! Glad I just found your blog!

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