New Opportunities

journeyThis morning I’ve been contacting artists and photographers as part of my new job as Photography Editor for Honeysuckle Magazine. I was approached after my photography had caught the eye of the editor Ronit Pinto, I’m thrilled to be working with such a cool woman.

I also have some of my photography appearing in Honeysuckle Magazine as well as The Shadows Magazine – coming soon!
I never expected anyone outside of my family and friends to take much of an interest in my photography, so knowing people dig it is such a wonderful feeling.

I also never expected to be offered a job, I used to run my own magazine so I’m fairly comfortable being a Photography Editor. Oddly enough it was a job I was forever searching for someone to do, I guess there weren’t too many people who wanted to look at photos all day – fools! I love looking for interesting, dark, mysterious works of art. So this should all work out pretty well – fingers crossed.

If you’re a photographer/artist etc whose work has a dark edge or is in some way different, unusual please get in touch! Honeysuckle are looking for the strange and unusual for the next issue.


You never know where life is going to take you, all you can do is settle in for the ride.
Have a great day!

Moxie McMurder
Burn The Witch Photography


Dog Walks and Deep Thoughts


It’s been a little while since I last blogged. A lot has been going on in my personal life and to be honest, it’s left me exhausted.

I did not want to get up this morning but these two needed a walk.


I decided to take them to the local nature reserve that’s a 10 minute walk from my house. Makes a nice change from the woods.
There’s a big beautiful lake that runs through the reserve and it’s just such a calm and peaceful place.

When I feel trapped in a negative headspace, having a good stomp around the woods is a great stress buster. But today, I didn’t have the energy to stomp. I wanted to wander, slowly through the trees.

I watched the dogs play and I took some photos but really I just wanted to drift for a bit while my head worked at the puzzle that is me. I’m like a fucking Chinese puzzle box! So many feelings about so many things.

I’ve lost a few friends in recent weeks and it’s been very upsetting. I honestly don’t know how to feel about it all but being out in the chilly winter air helped clear my head.

The waters may be murky but I can see through the darkness into the light. I shall not drown.