Our eclectic team of hard-working and talented artists across many different disciplines combine to create our magazines each quarter. If you would like to join the team we are always looking for unique contributions – do get in touch with your details to email@example.com – we’d love to hear from you.
WriterJess is a wild woman, writer and creator of The Soul Sessions, working from her studio by the sea in Cornwall, creating courageous content for authentic brands worldwide. She has recently launched her new copywriting course, Audacity.
IllustratorCharlotte Argyrou is a botanical illustrator based in Greenwich, London. Her precise illustration style celebrates the colours and complexities of the natural world. Charlotte loves Autumn, wine, chips, Vogue, Wellington Boots, crime novels and art heist movies. Her heroes include Sir David Attenborough and Iris Apfel.
Emily Mulleady is a wildlife and countryside artist, living in and inspired by the beautiful East Anglian countryside in England. Emily works in graphite pencils, a discipline which allows her to create highly detailed studies, and play with the dramatic effects of light in nature. Emily’s work captures the character of the subject, be they loved pets or horses, British wildlife or other countryside life. Emily can usually be found exploring the landscape under the wide skies of Norfolk, whether by the coast or in its forests, with her sketchbook and loyal studio assistant, Orlaith the Irish terrier.
Nikki lives in the wild-windswept County of Cornwall along with her husband, tribe of boys, and dismissive hound Molly. My passion for photography was ignited fours years ago when I was gifted my first DSLR. I had asked for a food mixer but that is a whole other story. I’m a self taught rule breaker, always keen to push the boundaries with my imagery. I’ve a penchant for freelensing, intentional camera movement and long exposure. My work is often described as dreamlike, ethereal, enchanted, but I’ll let you be the judge of that.
Photographic ArtistGeorgina is a seaside dweller residing on the North Yorkshire coast in a small fishing town. She believes in craft and quality, longevity and love. This philosophy is echoed within her photography. She shoots with a mixture of digital and analogue film. The colours of real film are rich and have a beautiful depth. When not behind the camera, she can often be found walking her very spirited miniature Dachshund, Ernest on the beach.
Laura E Patrick
Calligrapher & PhotographerI’m Laura, a calligrapher, photographer and all round creative type based in sunny Scotland near Glasgow. I take a fine art approach to wedding stationery and like to create elegant designs blending my own organic calligraphy with classic simple type design with quirky vintage touches and some illustration. When I’m not surrounded by paper, or covered in ink, I’m usually taking pictures. I love beautiful natural imagery and love nothing more than finding new and inspiring things to photograph. I take on a number of photography projects including food and product styling, location shots, weddings and family/ baby photo sessions.
Farmer & FloristFarmer/Florist and owner at Chambers Farm Flowers, specialising in seasonal British cut flowers. Passionate about sustainability, they grow cut flowers with no harsh chemicals using methods which support a healthy ecosystem. All of their floral work is foam free. Corrina offers courses and talks in cut flower farming, sustainable growing and floristry.
Founder & EditorKate is a maker of botanically dyed ribbons and handmade paper, living in the beautiful Cotswolds. She loves styling and creating editorials for her talented artisan clients, as well as running her workshops and the Nurture & Bloom community.
WriterJen is a writer, editor and self-confessed word nerd. After ten years in commercial publishing she started Jackdaw Editorial, offering copywriting services for the wedding industry from her house by the sea. She loves painting with language, poetry, warm socks and good books, and dunking chocolate biscuits in her cups of tea.
Gardener & FloristClaire is known for her unique, natural and creative approach to floristry and her flair for using colour and texture in her designs. A period of ill health resulted in the need for her to wind down her successful wedding floristry business, however she found her passion for designing and creating with flowers still burned deeply. Claire needed to find a way to make a career in floristry work around her health and her family, after much soul-searching she now works as a freelance florist and is turning her passion for teaching and sharing the beauty of nature into a new venture, The Somerset Flower School.