Natasha Denness

Stylist, Photographer & Blogger - Candy Pop
Creative Genius Bar

Natasha Denness is an Oxford-based lifestyle writer, stylist, photographer and award-winning blogger. She began sharing cheerful photographs of her life and home on Flickr under the name of Candy Pop in 2008. Her blog followed in 2010 and is a place where you will find simple ways to inspire your everyday.

Natasha writes for Breathe magazine and her photographs are sold at Redbubble and Getty Images. Over the years her home has appeared in Mollie Makes, Houzz, A Beautiful Mess, Vintage Life, Your Home and 91 Magazine. And she has collaborated with brands including Boden, Etsy, Laura Ashley and Panasonic Lumix.

Before working freelance, she spent 20 years in management positions at Modern Art Oxford, the University of Oxford, agnes b. and Ladies Personal Shopping at Selfridges, London. She studied Fine Art and History of Art at Oxford Brookes University.

Natasha will be joining the Creative Genius Bar to offer advice on pricing you blog work, styling, photography and everything else that comes with managing successful platforms.

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