A serene Italian getaway, Il Sereno style.

A new era of understated luxury, Il Sereno’s Lake Como hotel stands out amongst the crowd of traditional hotels along the lake, not only in its modern appearance but also it’s authentic flair and personalized guest experience. I visited Il Sereno before summer last year. After an hours drive from Milan I found myself immersed amongst the picturesque Como, a…
View Post
Share:

Sail away with me on Nautors Swans’ Polytropon II

Polytropon II  Where design rivals performance. It was an autumn day in October, Summer had simmered down in the Greek Isles for the season and the seas were a vast oil painting waiting to be sailed. This set the perfect scene for a weeks sailing trip to Hydra on none other than Athens own Polytropon II. This luxury yacht, built…
View Post
Share:

Light Play at Calatrava’s ‘The Oculus’

“I am always searching for more light and space.”  -Santiago Calatrava   As I have embraced learning more about the architectural spaces that I enjoy photographing, I have come to find a new appreciation for light. Light sets the tone. Indoors and out. It is universal and when used correctly can make something ordinary look like a masterpiece.    Santiago…
View Post
Share:

A sanctuary in the middle of an urban jungle

My two cents on Ian Schrager’s outlook on luxury in the 21st century and his biggest project to date: The Edition Times Square. As we move into a new era of experiences; travel and retail industries have had to go back to the drawing board and refresh their once sought-after ideas. What worked back then will certainly not work now.…
View Post
Share:

Hotels in Hong Kong: A Day at The Upper House Hotel

Hong Kong is a non-stop, 24/7 hustling and bustling city with so much to do and see. It is the pinnacle of the East with the convenience of the Western World. Recently I found myself in Hong Kong for work and after a long day of meetings and a little site-seeing, all I could think about was falling face first…
View Post
Share: