Keep On Moving, Don't Stop
Alexandra likes her music and she loves to dance just as much; she explained that she has been dancing since she was 6 years old in various styles like ballet, hip-hop, dancehall and house dance. When she's not working her moves she works as a project manager and coordinates different German classes for people from around the world. "It´s amazing to work with so many interesting people as they come here without speaking any words and leave the school being able to have a proper conversation with me." she told us. Psychologist Wayne Dyer said, "When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It's to enjoy each step along the way." Sounds like Alexandra achieves this both in her work and her hobbies. When it comes to her preference for clothes she likes sporty casual outfits that feel comfy and ready for the next dance move!
Ana Shortspin
Photographer
A Passion For Heritage
We met Petra right outside of the gallery where the exposition of Irving Penn took place. We could not miss out on such a unique and stylish appearance. Petra is an architect who runs a well-known studio for stained glass and mosaic that has been running for 170 years and operates worldwide. "Our website is totally outdated but see our Instagram & Facebook and you get a glimpse of who we are and what we do", she told us that she admires great craftsmanship and exquisite materials, sustainability, vintage, inherited items, beloved pieces for the next generation, bespoke items and that she's always in a hurry... with that much passion, there's a lot to fit in! @mayerofmunich
Ana Shortspin
Photographer
Preserving Soho's Colourful Past
Clare was a vision in colour-blocking when we saw her in Soho. She explained that it's her signature style. She’s from Southhampton and has lived in Soho since 2000. It's a place she's very passionate about describing it as a little village, full of an eclectic mix of characters. She presents a weekly show on Soho Radio where she asks local residents what this urban village means to them. She’s also working on an audio project with the Photographers Gallery exploring what it was like to live in Soho before the introduction of the sexual offences act. Clare loves peeling back the layers of history and hearing tales of old Soho as she talks to people whose minimum age is around seventy-five. With multinationals and big hotels continuously threatening to build on this historic area, we love Clare's work to capture its rich past, what a fascinating and essential occupation! @clarelynchred
Paul & Leigh
Photographer

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