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Fiercely Feminine 

This photo is a celebration of the feminine spirit that makes us uniquely women and if we dare to embrace it, love and celebrate it, it becomes our superpower.  

The feminine spirit lives inside of all of us and is begging for us girls to shine a light on her and let her out. She is a rockstar, a photographer, a mother, a creator and when you tap into her and hit the motherlode, not only will you have hit pure personal gold, you will have found your North Star. 

Young Girl in Bloom 

She’s young and beautiful and she runs around Paris with a big bouquet of breathtaking flowers.

She’s mysterious. What’s her name you want to ask? Where is she going? Is she on a date, doing a delivery or just on the way home from the market? Does she have time for a coffee or maybe a champagne?

Men turn their heads, women stop in awe at the beauty of both of them; the flowers and the girl.

The world slows down, remembering the moment - how wonderful it is to be a young girl ‘in bloom’.

Image name: Going Places - Hydrangea Paris 10th

Each Limited Edition fine art image is printed with archival inks onto Hahnemuhle 310gram matt rag paper full bleed, signed and numbered. The image is designed to be full frame with no matt boards or visible border. They are carefully checked and lovingly wrapped by moi! The large prints will be sent rolled in tissue paper in a tube.

12 x 18" inch ( 30 x 45.72cm)- Fine Art Matt Rag Paper with Archival Inks


20 x 30" inch (50cm x 76cm) – Limited Edition of 30

Great size for leaning on a wall or hanging in a favourite spot.


32 x 48" inch (81cm x 121cm)- Limited Edition of 25

I love this size. It’s mesmerizing and makes a big impact


If you are interested in a larger print (love the big ones) please get in touch with me at

*Film grain & blur are intentional


Allow a week to 10 days from your order date for your print to be sent as it will be printed especially for you. Large images are sent with a courier and tracking number and normally arrive within 2 weeks from the time it leaves France but at Christmas you should allow up 4 weeks.