Oxford House Chapel

Last week I had the opportunity to take some photographs for Sands & Randall of an hidden gem they just restored: the Oxford House chapel in Bethnal Green. The chapel is a Jacobean revival designed by Sir Arthur William Blomfield who was also the architect of the Royal College of Music, London (1894) and the rebuilding of the nave of Southwark Cathedral, Eaton Square.

The work of Sands & Randall consisted of the conservation of the interior including the roof screen, paneled walls, vaulted ceiling and the 1914 crucifix painting by Alfred Soords.


A few links here:
The ChapelSands & Randall and my previous work for them




North London House

A few weeks ago a new client contacted me to take photos of her house she was about to put on the market. She wasn’t happy with the pictures the estate agency have provided and was looking for an editorial look. Here’s a few images

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