It is always a nice feeling when you as a freelance photographer get your photos visible and featured somewhere. This is my second editorial that has been featured in a creative magazine. This editorial called "City Fairy tale" was made on a really windy day (very strong model I got!!:)), I planned to do very fairy tale, so I wanted to do in a park and very dreamy etc.,hence due to the weather everything has turned around and I end up with a very different twist of a fairy tale, which in my opinion works and is contrasting, do you think so?:) Have a look at the editorial on WhiteLies magazine:) Follow me on instagram and on Faebook fan page for updates from blog and photo works:) Photographer: Thuy Pham Model: Faye Maidment @ Body London MUA: Joanna Harley Stylist: Damien Corbett
My sister have a half term holiday, therefore she visited me here in London for couple of days. Even though she was in London before with school, so she had visited and saw all major monuments, therefore I was thinking where to take her here when she had seen most of it. A little guide for your what to do in London if you have been here for X times already. Apart from shopping and going through again some major monuments such as Big Ben or London Eye.
The day after her arrival we start up with a nice brunch at Folly. After that I took her to Columbia road flower market. We were unlucky to catch the day where flower market wasn't open (it's open only on Sundays!). However, we took a walk in Shoreditch - the East London urban area.
After this we have decided to have a walking day today, as the weather come up nice.
From a walk in East London, where we have seen many artistic corners with graffiti and small cute shops we took a bus to Waterloo, where we head towards Oxo tower. Go around the gallery and their small designers shops and then we had a nice cool cocktail up at the bar with a view on Thames and over the river.
Then we head out toward London Eye, Big Ben, Parliament, walk to Covent garden, Leicester Square and end up at Picadilly Circus. We had walked a lot, pop up in small book fairs, M&M store etc.
In the evening we had a nice dinner at Inamo restaurant with Asian cuisine. They did really have a nice meal as well as their interactive menu has appeal to us! You order your food, drinks from the table without waiting on a waiter, and while waiting for food to come you can play games with interactive projector to your table, spy on chefs through a camera or changing background due to your mood to appear on the table and much more. It was really fun and impressing! :D Definitely try this restaurant if you are planning to have a fancy meal out:)