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Contributor’s Corner: Richard Clatworthy

Heart Home magazine was very lucky to work with yet another new photographer for the Summer issue. I know I do say this repeatedly but we are extremely lucky to work with such talented people whom really make the magazine what it is today.

Today’s photographer that I would like to introduce to you is Richard Clatworthy. You may remember his extremely popular feature, ‘Summer, Wedding, Loving’ in the summer issue which was styled by Elkie Brown (pg12-19). It is clear that Richard is super talented at what he does, just have a look at his portfolio if you need more convincing.

Author bio

Arianna Trapani is Editor-in-chief for Heart Home. She is an Interior decorator and Stylist with an extreme passion for interiors. Having studied art at a young age and worked for some very well known Interior designers there is no hiding her passion for design. She authors the award-winning blog Arianna Interiors and can be found on Twitter at @Arianna_trapani. Read more posts by .

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Comments (4)

  1. New blog post: Contributors Corner: Richard Clatworthy

  2. RT @hearthomemag: New blog post: Contributors Corner: Richard Clatworthy – feeling very inspired now thx!

  3. RT @hearthomemag: New blog post: Contributors Corner: Richard Clatworthy

  4. I like his work, I had the chance to work with him styling a photoshoot a while ago and he was very nice to work with, relaxed and very professional.

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