A bronze life-size statue of singer Amy Winehouse was unveiled in London on what would have been her 31st birthday. The statue is located in Stables Market in Camden, a section of north London where Winehouse lived until her sudden death in July 2011. "The design is not based on any single snapshot, photo or moment in time, but an amalgamation of influences,” said sculptor Scott Eaton. “Hopefully by taking many important moments in her history and drawing on those, the piece comes close to capturing the essence of Amy." Both of Winehouse's parents were there for the unveiling. “It is like stopping her in a beautiful moment in time,” said her father, Mitch.