Juliet Elliot must have at least two clones

As always, plenty of exciting new work from Juliet Eliot. 


Such is the prolificness (dictionary.com confirms that it’s a real word) of her output.

Coven magazine’s new issue is out and looking great; from their own mouths: 

We’ve a couple of great articles from Hannah Bailey,
who chatted to Nora Vasconcellos at the X Games in Barcelona and braved
her nerves to quiz the legendary Elissa Steamer. Thanks for your
contributions, Hannah, much appreciated!

Alongside these pieces, you can read interviews with surfer Lakey
Peterson, humanitarian Shannon Galpin and her work with the Afghan
National Women’s Cycling Team and find our more about illustrator Sam Dunn, who recently collaborated with our pals at Fifth Floor. There’s also a piece about my first trip to an Olympic velodrome.

We’ve also one of the most beautiful shoots to ever grace our pages, ‘Nocturnal Pursuits,’ which is photographed by Nathan Gallagher, styled by Mireia Roelas and features a very beautiful lady, my friend Maisie Hill. Be sure to check that out.

We’ve been fans of Juliet’s since seeing her first video for Charge Bikes, a local company based in Radstock. It’s great to see creatives moving to the South-West from London, and proving that creatives can flourish outside of the capital.

Here’s Juliet riding the night in a promotional video for Met Helmets.


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