Take a closer glimpse into the Saxton Bampfylde team with our regular View from the River feature. The company’s London office is based next to the iconic Thames where the majority of the team works from.
Past, present and future with Saxton Bampfylde I started life at Saxton Bampfylde as a researcher (with a brief secondment with our partners in Vancouver). Today I work as a consultant, primarily in our commercial practices working with a range of clients. Rainy day delightsI went to stay with a friend in New York this October– I would love an excuse to spend another afternoon wondering round the Met Museum of Art. Once you get beyond the first rooms immediately surrounding the entrance, the crowds thin out and you can just get lost in the exhibition rooms meandering through Egyptian temples, Islamic art, European and American masters and even American basketball memorabilia. The Roof Terrace shouldn’t be missed, even in the rain provided you have an umbrella.
Passionate aboutChoral singing. Whilst at University I was a choral scholar in my chapel choir. I was lucky enough to do a number of international tours and recording, and even briefly harboured an ambition to pursue this professionally. While my vocal range definitely isn’t what it used to be, I still manage to do the occasion concert each year, and still get the same buzz.
One hot tip The Lido Café in Brockwell Park – does a great brunch, regardless of if you’ve braved the unheated Lido first.
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