A New Direction

After more than a year of shooting street style for We The People I’ve decided to change the direction ever so slightly. A small side-step if you will. I love the nature of street style; meeting people whom I never would have otherwise and getting to know them, even if just for a moment. It’s a lot of fun. But after chasing down the well dressed every day for over a year, it’s become a little monotonous. And if I’m honest, the over-saturation of street style images online has only intensified this feeling. As much as I love the incredible street style captured during fashion weeks, the sheer volume of it all has taken away some of it’s specialness.

So I want to shake things up a little. I still plan to capture style on the street, but I also want to share what people love and are inspired by. Really just exploring personal style in all it’s forms. And because I can’t do things in halves, I’ve also changed up the logo and layout of my site, hope you like it!


I caught up with Sara last weekend on a beautiful Saturday morning in Paddington where the Jacaranda tree’s are in full bloom. Their flowers lightly cover the ground all around Sydney, turning the streets the a very pretty shade of purple. So dreamy! I took these photos of Sara for the Harper’s Bazaar Style Network; a new collaboration between BAZAAR and some of Sydney’s top style bloggers. If you haven’t already, make sure you check it out, the content has been amazing! You can see the rest of Sara’s post here.


I ran into Natalia in when she was over visiting from New Zealand. I’m surprised I don’t shoot Kiwis more often to be honest, they seem to be everywhere in this city (myself included!). I love everything about Natalia’s style, her slouchy polka dot pants and red chucks are the epitome of casual-cool. And her tortoiseshell Karen Walker sungasses finish off the look perfectly.