Emma Candy



There were special places that Emma made home.

Her bedroom at the Old Farm House Rothley was painted in a vibrant yellow and black. Her flat in East Road Edinburgh was a mixture of ochre red and cool blue. At Brighton Grove New Cross her room was deep mauve and white. She loved the designs, colours and objects of the 1950s.

Her nests were inevitably chaotic in a busy life Sometimes there were bouts of frantic activity out of which a nugget of change would emerge.

Other places she passed through at speed, a keen absorber of the visual magic of modern cities and their unique character. Travels to Moscow, Berlin, New York were adventures to be savoured and stored as rich sustaining memories.


Special Places

Emma's words