We have a lovely line-up of speakers for Meet the Blogger Stockholm. Come and meet them here:
Yvonne is a writer, photographer and stylist and documents her life in her homemade and handmade blog: Yvestown Blog. From her home in Belgium, although being Dutch herself, Yvonne shares her colourful home life with over 500.000 monthly visitors.
In her keynote speech, Yvonne Eijkenduijn will take you on a tour on how to turn a homemade blog into a successful, semi-professional, lifestyle blog. Yvonne will reveal how to deal with a personal blog without being too personal, how to give readers a look into your life but keeping your privacy and how to become commercial without being branded.
Will Taylor is a freelance interiors journalist based in London working for magazines and websites in both the UK and USA. In 2009 he launched Bright.Bazaar, a daily interiors blog about all things colourful, which has grown to be one of the most successful interiors blogs worldwide, with over 400,000 readers a month and 2.8 million followers on Pinterest.
Louisa Blackmore is the owner of West Egg Interiors – an online interiors store specialising in sourcing and restoring antique and vintage furniture and decorative home accessories. In addition to running West Egg, Louisa has her own blog, is on the expert panel for the monthly Q&A feature in Period Homes & Interiors magazine, and regularly contributes to interiors magazines in the UK.
Louisa also runs monthly furniture painting workshops at West Egg’s studio and workshop in Blunham, Bedfordshire and at The Decor Cafe in Putney, London.
Ana is the author and editor of Let’s Blog Design, and an award winner blogger recently voted one of Decorex’ top 100 Interior Design twitter influencers. In addition she writes a weekly column for Heart Home and writes guest posts in the UK, US and Dubai. Ana who combines a career in real estate with a passion for interior design founded aguilarinteriors.com after studying at Inchbald School of Design.
Paul says he’s taken pictures for as long as he can remember. His mum still has the first picture he ever took when he was just a couple of years old. It’s a black and white portrait of his mum and dad, taken at a strange angle with his grandfather’s camera. He shot his first magazine cover of a minor celebrity at 16, but didn’t try interior photography until much later, by chance when a designer asked him if he would take some pictures of a house. He hadn’t considered marrying his love of photography and interior design until then and is now a successful photographer with an impressive portfolio featuring interiors, portraits and landscapes.