What's with the logo I hear you ask? Or no one asked, but I'll tell you anyway. When I was but a wee child, (maybe around 10?) I started playing with symbols. I found it so interesting that a shape could conjure up thoughts and feelings without spelling it out. As a jumping point, I started to write my initials on top of each other (basic I know, but hear me out). WHM turned into this:
(my first name is William, the reason I go by Harry is during pregnancy my parents referred to me as Harry the foetus and I guess it just stuck)
Ok, so a logo using initials is fine, I guess it's good enough for Yves Saint Laurent, but over time I saw so much in it that I felt spoke to me. Firstly, it is symmetrical upon both the horizontal and vertical axis, and as someone who is rather OCD I find symmetry is beautiful. Secondly, it looks to my eye as a crown reflected on its base, as though it was sitting on a mirror, or floating on water. Besides the royal flavour of my name (William and Harry anyone), I find my self often inspired by mythology, fairy tails, and the juxtaposition of man and nature, and shapes that suggest a story. So to me this symbol I doodled as a child became more than a few letters, it is now to me 'The Reflecting Crown'.