The Apricot Memoirs.
Something that started as an instinctive, romantic, playful experiment in words, colours and sounds, magically fused to become the pages of her very first book. Although its contents came from Tess’ heart, The Apricot Memoirs’ manifestation as a print publication came from the generous hearts of those she continued to speak to and connect with.
In under two years, Tess’ Apricot pages (printed on illustrious French paper) and her now iconic rainbow art have blazed wildly across borders, social feeds, stores and homes around the world, leaving a golden trail of hope and wonder wherever they go.
Tess’s latest collection of words, The Moonflower Monologues, released only a year on, calls you deeper into places you have feared to tread, facing the shadows you may have been avoiding, and encourages you to lean courageously into the night seasons. Tenacious about creative growth, Tess is committed to making big, often scary, moves all in the name of faith, freedom and ‘choosing the uncomfortable’. She has an unwavering belief that “creative expression will forever grow and change - whilst her purpose will forever remain the same”.
Those who tune into what Tess’ work has to say, will be struck by the treasures beneath every brush stroke and syllable. And there, amongst her outpourings, you will not only uncover Tess’ infinite inner universe, but most potently, your own.