After my last instagram tips post, I looked back at my wider photo archives, and found a few sets I wanted to revisit somehow. So this is the first of a little series, I think. F was about 3 when these photographs were taken; I was staying with her parents, illustrators & authors Helen &
Oh, hello there! I’m Sara – 30% stylist, 40% photographer, 40% writer and 10% cake. I’m also terrible at maths. I live in rural Yorkshire, England with my daughter Orla and fiancé Rory We relocated to this little village in the hills from a lifetime in the city, hoping to slow down, simplify and stop worrying
(SLIDE THE WHITE ARROW) When we bought our home, it had sat on the market for a number of years. It was in a gorgeous area, and had a surprisingly big square footage. But something was putting people off. If, like me, you devoted a chunk of your student years to watching property shows on daytime television,
Hashtag Authentic is my podcast for Instagrammers, bloggers and online creatives. Each month we share strategies, stories, tips and experience to help you bloom and grow through your online adventures. Brought to you by Sara Tasker, Instagram coach and photographic influencer, this podcast is for anyone navigating the world of online success whilst trying to
Podcasts are my main source of education these days. It used to be books, or online articles – but since having Orla and starting my business I’ve found it increasingly hard to find the time (and, er, to stay awake long enough) to just sit and read. Enter, the podcast. I listen while I drive.
Fall in love with a slow and beautiful December Escape the hectic rush of London in December and join stylist Hannah Bullivant (Seeds & Stitches) and photographer & Instagram Pro Sara Tasker (Me & Orla) for an afternoon of festive fun. We’ll be getting our best faff on, sharing how we style our home and
This post is in collaboration with Tropicana. All thoughts are my own – as usual! When I was working full time, it seemed I was always bubbling with ideas. Rising at six and running out the door with wet hair and Orla’s fat little hand in tow, I’d sit in my daily commute traffic
It occurs to me as I write this that almost of half of my adventures month happened in London. I’ve been up and down so often that I’m almost developing a cockney accent, & I’m not done yet! How about some blogger events up North soon, world? Have you come across the Instagram #mystory project? Launched