12th December 2017
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas..!
If you are thinking of ordering anything from my online shop, please note that the last date I will be shipping UK orders is December 18th. Any orders received after this date will be shipping on January 8th 2018 when the studio re-opens.
Have a very Merry Christmas!
12th December 2017
Last Spring I had the pleasure of working on the most BEAUTIFUL inspiration shoot at Cornwell Manor with a wonderful bunch of talented suppliers.
6th March 2017
Come and spend a morning wit me learning the beautiful art of calligraphy at Pythouse Kitchen Garden - an enchanting 18th Century walled garden set in the stunning landscape of South Wiltshire.
Tickets are £95 and include 121 tuition, a luxury calligraphy kit and delicious refreshments. Places are limited so make sure you book early.
12th February 2017
Back in December I held a modern calligraphy workshop at the beautiful Millbridge Court in Surrey. As Christmas was only a few weeks away the class had a cosy festive feel with lots of candles, hot chocolate with marshmallows on tap, and of course Mr Bulbé himself on the stereo.
19th July 2016
Summer is here and with it’s arrival comes sunshine, sea and a smattering of elegance. My longtime Stylist collaborator, Anna from kissfromfleur, has constructed the most evocative, radiant and romantic scene with this sea-styled shoot. Her inspiration comes from pairing the natural jewels of the seashore with silver, crystals and linens. I’m sure you’ll agree it makes you want to jump into the scene and take a deep breath of sea air. My calligraphy style for this shoot has taken on a more relaxed feel evoking the soothing waters of the sea. See or download the full lookbook here.
I’ve created some new complimentary summer ranges that will be coming very soon… watch this space.
17th March 2016
We decided that a rebrand was on the cards about 5 months ago. Gemma’s business was going from strength to strength and she was getting lots of new customers. The problem we had was that the brand didn’t really reflect Gemma’s work and the user experience wasn’t as good as we thought it could be.