There is no mistaking the scent of Nag Champa incense that lingers at the hearth of every Tree of Life store. Walking into each one makes me feel nostalgic for a place I've never been. The Kantha Quilts line the shelves, beautiful silver trinkets adorn the hands of all, so when I was asked by the incredibly talented Molly Booth to shoot for Tree of Life, I was immensely grateful and honoured to be a part of a small project for a company that's been involved in decades of earthy, bohemian pieces, dripping with beauty and vibing the 60's and 70's. The cottons are blousey and light, perfect for hot Australian Summers, or an after yoga juice and bask in the sun. Whatever your needs, Tree of Life meets them. Their jewelry is also out of this world: dainty rings, big rocks, turquoise, labradorite, you name it. With a real appreciation of earthen beauty, lovely textiles, comfort. One walk into a Tree store will have you feeling grounded and leave you beaming with a heart full of conscious creations. Above, is the shoot I did with Molly (@mollymmoon) for Tree of Life, in a wonderful cafe; thousands of books abound, chai tea, silver jewels...the recipe for a perfect day/shoot.

Her eye is impeccable and her knack for clandestine, sneaky, cheeky shooting is like no other.