“I believe the world is incomprehensibly beautiful — an endless prospect of magic and wonder.”

My promise to our planet.

It really is the small things that matter and little by little we are all making positive steps to take better care of our beautiful planet. Did you know that for every booking I receive I donate a percentage to the amazing Tree Sisters organisation? Together we can be part of the climate change solution. https://treesisters.org/

Everyday I go out walking through the forest and every day I'm completely in awe of what I see in nature, it's my one true love and I strongly believe we should leave this earth it as perfect as we found it.

All my print products and packaging are completely sustainable, and locally sourced. I also am steering more towards a completely digital business and so all my admin including contracts, marketing, pricing & information is only available online.

What can you do to help? https://www.wwf.org.uk/get-involved

You can help by focusing on life’s simple pleasures — spending time in nature, being with loved ones...making a difference to others provides more purpose, belonging and happiness than buying and consuming.

Sharing, making, fixing, upcycling, repurposing and composting are all good places to start.

Did you know that Textile production is one of the most polluting industries, producing 1.2 billion tonnes of CO2 equivalent (CO2e) per year, which is more emissions than international flights and maritime shipping!

This year I've promised myself that I'll buy no new clothes to and instead am getting out the old sewing machine, upcycling and recycling from thrift shops, vintage sales and clothes swaps. It feels good and so does my pocket! If you love to shop then H&M have now created a beautiful sustainable range and are committed to sourcing only sustainable or recycled materials in its clothing by 2030.

Brands like Patagonia and Boden are great choices too checkout this interesting article to find out more - 35 Ethical & Sustainable Clothing Brands Betting Against Fast Fashion