Charleston Farmhouse is the famous country home of the Bloomsbury Group, where Virginia Woolf’s sister Vanessa Bell lived with her husband Clive Bell. They moved to the house in rural Sussex in 1916, Virginia Woolf moving to nearby Monk’s House in Rodmell. Charleston is uniquely decorated and furnished and extensively painted by the artists throughout, and has miraculously remained virtually untouched since. It is possible to visit the house during the summer months and see these enchanting rooms and garden. I was asked to take portraits of the people who work very hard to keep up this cultural treasure, such as the head gardener, the volunteer tour guides and the interns researching the extensive art collection held by the trust. More information about the Charleston Trust can be found here.