About Daniel
London-based web designer and developer.
http://www.howellsstudio.com
Current city: London
Other cities: New York
London-based web designer and developer.
 
I love all the Dishooms in London, but this is the original and best.
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The most incredible park.
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Hidden away besides the river: a magical garden centre with a cafe and incredible restaurant. I like it so much that my wife and I got married here.
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Another great park
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A great restaurant
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I've seen this show more times than I care to divulge.
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One of the world's great parks. Picture as seen from a helicopter.
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I was born in the mid 1980's and grow up in London. From always having a fascination with mechanical objects and relentlessly playing with lego as a child becoming a still life photographer seemed like a natural progression. There is something enormously rewarding about creating exactly whats in your head. I try and make my images on first glance look completely perfect but on closer inspection its revealed there are many imperfections, if you look closer at the 'Wrapping Paper Series' you can see all the joins and creases. I think this makes it look and feel like a photograph and not CGI.
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