Daisy Allsup is a freelance writer living and working in Amsterdam. She is the editor of weekly newsletter, A Little Bird, the Insider's Guide to London described by the Guardian as 'Vogue meets Radio 4, online'. Daisy contributes regularly to the Antibad Journal, an online fashion platform focussing on sustainability. 

Daisy founded her own flower business, Flowers By Daisy in 2014, delivering creative, seasonal flowers each week to a diverse range of clients from families to a floating restaurant. She styled flowers for an award-winning perfume photoshoot for the Sunday Times Style magazine, built a 20ft flower wall beneath the Strand, hosted floral workshops at Wilderness and collaborated with many top brands including LibertyHΓ€agen-DazsEdit5826 Grains, Good & Proper Tea, Sheerluxe and more. She kept a diary of her experience in the form of a newsletter, which can be read here

Daisy was an Editorial Contributor at angels & urchins magazine for 4 years. Her broad experience includes writing, commissioning and editing travel features and news pieces for print and online.

After finding her Grandpa's commonplace book last April, Daisy founded The Iris Letter, a kind of digital scrapbook in the form of a monthly arts newsletter written by ten professional women. For this Daisy's interviewed numerous fascinating women from Alexandra Shulman to Matilda Goad. 

In October 2017 Daisy swapped her van, Dolly, for two wheels, and moved to Amsterdam where she is now working as a freelance writer. She is still able to provide flowers for one-off events, both in London and Amsterdam. 

'Thank you so much for all your hard work, your style and ingenuity' Mark Preston, August 2017
Well-observed and well-researched, Daisy really captures the essence of a place in her travel writing. She has a warm and direct voice that is all her own. Whether writing features or fact boxes, researching or copy editing, Daisy is a total delight to work with. So much so, we can’t bear to let her go and have a new Editor-on-the-Go in Amsterdam!
— Emily Turner, editor angels & urchins magazine
'Feeling quite teary Daisy. Beautiful piece. Thank you so much. Love being one of your sassy irises'. Tania Compton, garden designer, July 2017
The Iris Letter is absolutely marvellous - beautifully curated and with intelligent, varied content.
— Dolly Alderton, journalist, November 2016

'Keep up the superb work, your monthly newsletter is a joy and inspiration! Thank you for compiling so much interesting, useful and creative info for us lucky lucky readers!  Brava!!' Butter Wakefield, Garden Designer, July 2017