Last week I met up with photographer Olaf Sztaba while he was staying in London and preparing for one of his Visual Poet workshops.
Following our meeting (which was great!) I headed back towards the tube station and checked my train times. Including a short tube ride, I had about 50 minutes before my train departed from Euston.
I decided to shoot against the clock...Read More
I recently bought a new camera and, needing another inter-changeable lens body, I opted for the small but reputedly powerful Fujifilm XT20. So far, I've only managed to test it out during two very brief trips, once to London and again in Oxford (with my family).
For those two sessions the weather was totally different (London = rain, Oxford = sunshine), but one thing remained the same - I felt dreadful. In fact, both times I'd much rather have been in bed than playing around with a new camera...Read More
Flat light for street photography is never ideal. Everything looks grim. Everything looks grey.
Even a city as vibrant and stimulating as London can quickly become dull and unexciting!Read More
I'm definitely a hoarder. Photographically, however, I'm indefinitely a hoarder.
This year I've decided to look at my hoarding as a positive. As such, I'll be revisiting some of my 'forgotten photos' and sharing them in this new series of blog posts...Read More
When the darkness sets in, light can really be used in imaginative and creative ways. I'm going through a strong colour phase at the moment and you can get such vibrant imagery at night.Read More
Back at the start of August I shot the wedding of Chloe and Dave Lawless.
I shoot in a documentary/street style, capturing moments as they happen, and so it was a perfect wedding for me - vintage/retro style, VW camper, live music, and all to celebrate the marriage of a young, cool couple.Read More
Music festivals are great, aren't they?!
Food. Booze. Music. Facepaint. Wellies. Atmosphere.
Recently I was contacted about being the official photographer for the LIVESTOCK festival, a modest one day music event at Forty Hall in London. How could I refuse?Read More