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The House on Wimpole Street

85 Wimpole Street
London W1G 9RJ

The House on Snow Hill

1 Snow Hill Court
London EC1A 2EJ



I would like to thank Andrew Carter and Sara Walden for their contributions to the website.  Andrew's website is and Sara can be contacted at


Andrew Carter lives and works in East Dulwich, London. He studied Fine Art Painting at Central St Martins and gained an MA in Printmaking at Camberwell College of Art. He teaches painting, drawing and printmaking alongside developing his own work as an artist. He writes:

“During the last ten years I have focused my attention on exploring the link between subjects found in the landscape and the geometric arrangement of pattern, shape and colour.


“All of my ideas start with something seen outside, between forms, or through windows and then I try to arrive at an image that transcends the commonplace.


“I still feel, after many years, I am right at the beginning of something, a project that is unfolding, where each new work relates to the last.”

Sara Walden’s career has taken her from The Sunday Times Insight team to the States, where investigative non-fiction books ‘The Cocaine Wars’ (a New York Times bestseller) and ‘Hunting Marco Polo’ were published worldwide.


As a contract writer for publications including The Sunday Times Magazine, the Telegraph Magazine and Conde Nast Traveller, she travelled the world while based in a medieval hilltop village in Provence overlooking olive trees and vines. Her next book, ‘Living in Provence’, sold a quarter of a million copies in ten countries.


Now back in London, a freelance commercial copy writer and a ghost writer, Sara’s clients have included a woman from South Sudan born in a mud hut who went on to become an educator, earn a degree and found a charity for her country’s internally displaced women and children, all while bringing up nine children of her own. 


More recently, she worked with the Archduke Josef von Habsburg, who fled his family’s Hungarian estates during the Second World War to live in exile for fifty years and to understand, finally and painfully, that he could never return.

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