There are a lot of talented people out there – this page celebrates those who have become my good friends!
Victoria Thyer – FabBrick
Cornwall-based FabBrick is run by Victoria Thyer. She grew up in London, studied Art & Architecture and moved to Cornwall to persue her dreams of setting up a shop of her own where I was lucky enough to gain her as one of my bestest friends!
Victoria has a great eye for detail, and loves to use quality fabrics and old fashioned styles and techniques when designing and making her products. Always looking for a way to reuse and recycle old items and objects into new modern day useful objects. Victoria brings forward the quality found in old un-loved products and makes them loveable again!
Sarah Hallett – The Flower Gallery
The Flower Gallery is located in Liskeard, Cornwall and carries one of the largest ranges of freshly cut flowers in the South West including a large range of locally grown flowers. They pride themselves on providing a bespoke, friendly and professional service to meet all needs.
You can contact them directly on 01579 342897 or visit their website here and maybe just maybe you may just get my lovely friend and talented florist Sarah to help you make those flowers extra special!
Gareth Thyer – Architectural Photography & Design
With over 10 years of working in a global multi-discipline practice of architects and engineers, Gareth has experienced working alongside some of the most talented designers in the country. Starting his career in the industry as a Structural Draughtsman, Gareth has worked with architects from Foster and Partners, Wilkinson Eyre, Stanton Williams and other world-renowned practices
Now working as an Architectural Photographer, Gareth prides himself on his collaborative approach to design and his experience working with a wide range of disciplines to enable him to understand the unique qualities of contemporary and historic buildings. This allows a dialogue to be established between him and the client to achieve the perfect image to portray buildings in their relevant context. Gareth is a great friend and a talented individual; you can visit his site here