The love affair of Des Taylor and The Infamous Katie Rogers

I kid you not! My sister and I had Batman wallpaper in our bedroom as kids and for my love of cartoons this has never left me. I have been following Des Taylor’s work since his exhibition in December 2011 he had at our then gallery Maverik Showroom, he has become a firm friend and … Continue reading

My Favourite Blog Pictures of 2011!

It’s been an interesting year for me. There have been plenty of dramas, pain-in-the-butts, belly laughs and so forth, but looking back over my blog posts I can honestly say that in between the grime of 2011 there have been some great highlights and made me smile recounting the memories of them.  The top 5 … Continue reading

The Private View & after party. Lawrence Watson photographic exhibition of Noel Gallagher

OOo! I am tired! Even though I was cheek slapped from all the kisses, tongue lashed from all the chatting and laughing, I had a blast that night and the 400+ guests were well worth it. The prep work that goes into organising these events is nuts! I spent a whole Sunday mounting 100 great … Continue reading

New Exhibition. Lawrence Watson Photographs Noel Gallagher

Told you our next project would be cool! Come by and check it out. From 27th Oct- 13th Nov For more info contact: angelo@maverikagency.com http://www.lawrencewatsonphotography.com http://www.noelgallagher.com

Popped our collars & hollered ‘LA’. Sweet Memories

LA.   We hit it hard and fast! We will be talking about for a while to come. In the meantime, some sweet memories. We will see you soon!

Frankly, Mr Shankly by Lawrence Watson

Last few days to view iconic photographs by Lawrence Watson. Frankly, Mr Shankly exhibition will finish on 1st June 2011 and is showing at Knibb showroom, 1522 Abbott Kinney Blvd, CA 90291

THE WORLD IS…OURS!

>Ah! Redchurch Street. 2006-2011 Nearly 5 years on the street and I have seen the fastest changes I have seen anywhere. First time I really took notice was the arrival of The Boundary Hotel and The Albion. Both owned by Terence Conran. Then the refurbishment of The Owl and Pussy Cat (the regulars there I … Continue reading