Last July I visited the amazing Lake Como in Italy for a week long holiday with a friend. The area is truly breathtaking, and effortlessly stylish. Driving the winding roads around the lake edge was pretty hairy, and I’m glad I wasn’t driving – sorry Louise! We took daily trips to beautiful and characterful nearby towns and villages around the lake including, Belaggio, Nesso and Varenna.
Lake Como has everything I could possibly want in a holiday location. Amazing waters to swim in, great food and wine and picturesque towns and villages to explore. I will definitely return!
Jojo’s mezze. meat & fish restaurant has an enviable position on Tankerton slopes near Whitstable, with panoramic sea views. The menu has a mediterranean influence and all produce is locally and sustainably sourced.
If you have never visited, I wholeheartedly recommend you do, you won’t be disappointed. The interior is cosy and stylish, and the food is simply delicious.
Destination marketing executives came together at this unique event to talk all about content and curating experiences, in the beautiful city of Oslo.
I was there to capture presentations from leading marketers, creative and strategic workshops and amazing social events, to tell a visual story of what happened over the two days.
Oslo is an amazing city, with boat access to a cluster of Islands and a floating sauna in the harbour. After the event was over I refreshed myself with a visit to the sauna and a swim in the Fjord! I highly recommend a visit if you haven’t been, but bring lots of money and your swimmers!
This fascinating event, created specifically for destination marketers, was held on the beautiful Island of Jersey. I spent the event capturing images of the presentations and running around the Island to various locations where creative workshops were taking place, to catch the behind the scenes action.
The main presentations were held at the Lido, which has been loving restored to it’s former glory.