Seeking the light Part 3

Tyler Durden: I see all this potential, and I see it squandered. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables – slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don’t need. We’re the middle children of history, man. No purpose […]

Seeking the light part 2

Sewing for me is a kind of meditation, I’ve sewn for as long as I was able to hold a needle.  I guess in the beginning I watched my Mum and she taught me.  I made clothes for my dollies and teddies.  I progressed to her old sewing machine which was pale blue I remember. […]

seeking the light ~ Part 1

I didn’t find out until I was 46 that my Nanna suffered with depression and mental health issues.  Forty six years into my life and my Mum tells me the story of coming home from school and her Mum, my Nanna still being in bed and not being able to get her out of bed. […]

🍂 the entomologists daughter 🍂

Father catches bugs and insects for his research, daughter sets them free, friend to the bugs and beasties, the entomologists daughter is a one of a kind art shelf folk. Made from papier mache and wearing a dyed hand stitched vintage frock and knitted bonnet. She has blue velvet boots. Her latest rescue sits beside […]


We had a little house guest come to stay Arthur Dent caught him late one night, carried him back across the fields, over the back garden wall and through the cat flap. Miraculously little bunny was not hurt, I found him in a saucepan the next morning. He spent the night in hettie browns animal […]