Light life - still love. An evening of art and poetry

February 02, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I'm excited to announce a private view of art by Antje Weber and myself, along with poetry readings by Ruth Steadman, to which all are warmly invited. Antje and I first connected over a year ago on Instagram, where we discovered a shared aesthetic - simple, pared-back scenes of the everyday, flowers, light and shadows, often in muted colours; scen...
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New work for Cabbage White England

January 16, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
It was all about stars, arrows and lightning bolts ☆ ➢ ⚡︎ My first shoot of the year was a session capturing Cabbage White England 's new jewellery collection for Spring/Summer 17. A day of great teamwork with the lovely Kelly and Karen and our wonderful model Izzie. A great start to the year!
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"Over the hill" - a shoot with Tim Andrews

May 13, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
One day last autumn, I got one of those wonderful out-of-the-blue emails that can make your day, bringing the scent of something new. In this case, it was an email from Tim Andrews, who had seen a picture I'd taken of my daughter in the exhibition of the Portrait Salon in London and who wanted to invite me to photograph him for his project Over the...
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A walk in the bluebell woods

April 25, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Sunday. A heavy, blustery day with a chill in the air: a second cup of coffee, heating on, yesterday's paper. A day of drop-offs and pick-ups, cooking, washing, paperwork. A quiet lethargy, a restless discontent. And yet - the bluebells are out, up in the woods, just a mile from here. Another week and they might be gone for another year. Too good t...
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An evening of contemporary music and photography {part 2}

April 19, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I wrote a couple of weeks ago about my preparations for displaying my photos at the the evening of music and photography at Warehouse Waterloo - and, last Saturday, I did indeed turn up at the venue early in the afternoon with a box full of prints, of different sizes and different finishes, and a bag filled with rolls of fishing wire, vintage woode...
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