A Celebration of Simple Pleasures, Living the Danish Way
My latest book is out now, published by Trapeze
‘Abrahams’ Hygge could fill the Norwegian Wood hole this Christmas’ Bea Carvalho, non fiction buyer for Waterstones.
‘an involving and disarming personal evocation of how the Hygge concept has influenced the writer’s life,‘ Jo Cranford, The Erotic Review
‘Thoughtful and very personal,’ India Knight, Sunday Times Magazine
A delight for the mind, soul and heart! Wonderful writing, a touchy cover and rich details of a hygge life.’ Mari Balsama Wilson, Made on Holiday
‘One of the best,’ Yorkshire Post
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Up coming events
Talks: I will be taking part in the Pecha Kucha event, The Secret, The Key at The Geffrye Museum on Thursday 27th April. 6pm onwards. http://www.geffrye-museum.org.uk/whatson/events/special-events/
Curating: I am now selecting for the September edition of new talent showcase Spotted, which will run at Olympia London as part of Top Drawer Autumn from 10th-12th September 2017, http://www.topdrawer.co.uk/new-talent-sectors/spotted
Best of British, CRAFTS March/April 2017
Working Glass Hero, How to Spend It 18th February 2017 Working Glass Hero
Reclaim to Fame, How to Spend It 4th February 2017 Reclaim to Fame
Collect Calls, Louis Thompson CRAFTS Jan/Feb 2017 issue
Into the Woods, Saturday Telegraph Magazine 5th November 2016
The Future Lab, profiles of Matthew Howard and Craig Dunlop, CRAFTS Nov/Dec ’16 issue
Keeping a Cool Headboard, Financial Times How to Spend It September 4th 2016
Just Look Natural, Guardian Weekend May 7th 2016
Highly Irregular, How to Spend It April 16th 2016 372_Disrupted_forms_2halfs.rc
The Cult Shop, Monologue London, How to Spend It April 16th 2016
Floored Genius. How to Spend It 2nd April 2016 367_Painterly_Rugs3IS
I also write regular columns for How to Spend It.com
Recent exhibitions, talks & shows
Talk: Designing Difference, London Design Week March 2017
I chaired a discussion between artist and recipient of the Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon prize Rita Parniczky, Helen Amy Murray and Anna Garner, founder of The Garner, about the importance of individuality in an increasingly homogeneous world.
‘Your thoughtful questions gave Rita, Helen and Anna the opportunity to discuss their take on designing difference in front of an eager audience,’ Becky Metcalfe, PR Manager Design Centre London
Curating: The Craft of Wallpaper, sponsored by Graham & Brown in association with London Craft Week at the Geffrye Museum Featuring work by Claire Coles, Elise Menghini, Helen Morley, Graham & Brown, Identity Papers, Juliet Chadwick, Linda Florence, Erica Wakerly and Fromental.
‘Another triumph for curator Charlotte Abrahams,’ Barbara Chandler
‘My London Craft Week highlight,‘ Richard Edwards, Arts Council England
Curating: The 12th edition of new design showcase Spotted, featuring 41 new brands, drew the crowds at Top Drawer Autumn in September 2016.
Please follow the links above for more information on these and other projects.