It was inspiring to work along side the designers of this hotel, Dayna Lee and Ted Berner of Powerstrip Studios to capture the character of this brand new boutique hotel located on London's Southbank. These pictures can be seen in the first review of the hotel @ Condé Nast Traveller
“Everything in Life Unstyled is achievable but still totally inspiring. It’s a gorgeous book, the sort that belongs on your coffee table for flicking through again and again.” Praise for Emily Henson's previous book from Abigail Ahern
Fly the flag for maximalism – bring playful patterns, bold prints and vivid colours into your home with Emily Henson’s new book Be Bold.
Interiors trends for 2018 include strong, saturated colour and rich jewel tones. According to Pinterest, statement ceilings are in vogue and statement art is the next big thing, while trend forecasters predict that dramatic textures such as velvet and concrete are making a comeback. In Be Bold, Emily embraces this individual, free-spirited look and shows how to translate it to any home.
In the first section, ‘Decorate like no-one’s watching’, chapters such as ‘More is More, ‘Pattern Riot’, and ‘Paint it Bold’, are brimming with inspiration plus easy ideas to recreate in your own home. In the second half, 'Trailblazers', discover homes with adventurous, spirited styling that will inspire you to decorate with confidence. These are interiors for those who love colour, pattern and adventure.
This project was commissioned by David J C Austin to help promote the use of David Austin cut roses in bridal bouquets. Shot over the period of a year Catherine worked closely with David ,Vic Brotherson of Scarlet & Violet & Kate Dwyer to create a series of images capturing the beauty and versatility of fourteen different rose breeds. Floristry by Vic Brotherson @ Scarlet & Violet Creative Direction - Kate Dwyer Design - Boris Benic www.borisbenic.com
Featured in this months British Vogue's Mind's Eye - a picture of the most dramatic and glamorous interiors I have ever photographed - Whistler's old studio, the interior gloriously reimagined by architect Sally Mackereth. The picture was part of a project I did with Sally & iCo design to document the house before it was sold. The resulting pictures have been compiled in a limited edition book.