is a Swedish photographer based in London. She shares her lovely factory-converted flat with her property developer/actor partner, , who renovated the flat. They worked together to make a comfortable, open and cool living space, softening up the industrial look by mi old with new. The light-filled space not only provides a backdrop for shoots for Emma Jane’s and portraiture work (stay tuned — her site is relaunching soon!) but also acts as a refuge from work travel. After meeting Chloé Brown at a wedding in Bordeaux, the two joined forces under Chloé’s company, , capturing weddings at magical destinations, which most recently had Emma Jane shooting in Mallorca. Thank you so much, Emma Jane, and thanks to for shooting the flat! —
Image above: My boyfriend stripped and restored all the original floorboards. Being Scandinavian, I’m a big lover of wooden floors!
Emma’s London home tour continues after the jump . . .
Image above: A Lith print of my little sister in New York together with a portrait my mother did of me. Bedside table inherited from my Scottish grandparents. The dove lights are a find from a cute boutique on Colombia Road, London.
Image above: My new big kitchen! I love the connection between the kitchen and dinning area. Zinc-plated dinner table with a mix of chairs, from the clear Louis Ghost Chair by Kartell to others from IKEA. Polished concrete floor in the kitchen.