Spring sunshine, frappe and a few family snaps with Mark, Amy & Josh Dench at the Kellaeri Cafe in Dimilia, Rhodes, April 2018:
Sitting in the Old Town with a coffee the other day we were struck by how many people never look up from their phones and their maps and the shops and the general city bustle. Rhodes is blessed with stunning architecture and most of it is visible if we all just looked up towards the sky once in a while…
It’s always a pleasure to re-visit a property after several months to photograph the owner’s alterations and up-dates. The Old Town House is one of our favourite houses in Rhodes Old Town.
We’ve no idea what it means either but we’re going to copyright the phrase Boho Zen as this year’s interior design buzzword. We might even go and live in a Boho Zen New York loft conversion and drink mineral water for breakfast. Boho Zen is the new black because it, like, embraces the white.
It’s always a pleasure to photograph rental property in Rhodes Old Town. The ancient walled city is a maze of cobbled alleyways, awe-inspiring monuments and hidden treasures. Houses in the Old Town come in all shapes and sizes. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site all renovations have to compliment the Old Town’s existing architecture in order to preserve the city’s magical sense of history.
Storms over Elli beach and Faliraki followed the following day by blue skies in Lardos and Platania. Rhodes in January is an ever-changing combination of the elemental and the magical.
Only a few days into the New Year and already we’re craving chocolate and cup cakes. Luckily Snowy from Snowy Cakes is our local go-to super-heroine from planet pâtissière. There is simply no one else we’re going to call.
We’ve spent almost a decade on Rhodes attempting to persuade the local tavernas that food photography is an art form rather than an afterthought. Along the way we’ve won a couple of international awards for our efforts but the best thing about food photography is that we get to eat the props.