A small collection of work from a few hours shooting in Venice. Last month I was lucky enough to go to a conference in Venice with work. I had never been to Venice before, so naturally I was very interested in trying to see as much of the city as possible and — of course — to shoot the streets.Read More
Here's November's collection of street photography, all shot in Bristol.Read More
Over the summer I’ve fallen out of my daily street shooting habits, but during October I got back on track. Here’s October’s collection with a couple slipped in from early November.Read More
Upfest, Europe’s largest, free, street art festival, happens almost on our doorstep. Last year I missed out, but this year I managed to spend a few hours on the Saturday wandering around, taking it all in, and of course taking pics.Read More
This year I entered the Lens Culture Street Photography Awards. I didn't win anything put as part of entering (you pay to enter) you receive a review of your entry. I was really please with the positive feedback so I thought I'd share it here.Read More
A few highlights from my friends Kate and Tom’s Wedding at Goldney Hall, Bristol.
What a flippin’ fun packed day! I believe Kate and Tom have got a very important part of life just right, something that I believe will ensure them a long and happy life together — it’s the need for playfulness.Read More
June's collection comes in a little late as the year seems to accelerate through. July and August promise to be hectic and I feel like the middle of the this year holds a weight of significance with several big life events happening.Read More
Every shot from this months collection, except one, has been shot on the streets of Bristol. The final photo in the collection was taken at Highcliffe on the Southcoast. Enjoy.Read More
Here's an original way to open a blog post I'm sure... 4 months gone already, where is the year going?
The streets have been looking real nice this month. I've already shared a few collections on facebook... some streetscapes, Bedminster cats, and a strange collection of dyed hair with coordinated backdrops. They are all here but there's some new stuff too.Read More
It's been quite a prolific month and I've captured almost 6000 frames across the streets of Bristol, Oxford, Cheptsow, Weston-super-Mere and Southampton. The size of this months collection reflects this but hopefully I've managed to cull it down to a reasonable length.
There's lots of humour here and also lots of pictures that require a second look. Take a closer study of the butchers image, especially if you're looking on your phone.Read More
February's street photography got off to a slow start, and under the overcast skies I wondered whether I'd ever get any decent captures. But as the month went on and the sun broke through, this months collection grew and grew.Read More
At the start of the year I committed to dedicating more time to street photography. In January I made a great start! On the way to work, the way to meetings, and at every opportunity, I've squeezed in time to capture the streets.Read More
I'm super grateful for all the opportunities 2015 has brought to expand and explore my photography skills, as well as all the beautiful people I have collaborated with and met on the way! This year I've photographed...Read More
Kate and Tom are the kind of couple whose friendliness and humour, puts you at instant ease.
The first time I met Tom he accompanied a friend to a flat warming I was having for a new pad in Clifton. Whilst others were sipping their prosecco Tom was getting stuck in fixing things. As I’ve grown to know him better, I’ve found this act of kindness very telling of his personality: kind, generous, and someone who breaks down barriers by getting stuck in!Read More
I’m very excited to share with you Nathalie & Kevin's Wedding at Cumberwell Park, Bradford-on-Avon, 22nd May 2015. You may have already seen shots from their fun Pre Wedding Shoot in Leigh Woods from earlier in the year. I work with Kevin and it was an honour for the photography of their big day to be placed in my hands!Read More
On Saturday I took to my local streets in Bedminster and Southville for a therapeutic photo walk. Just me, my camera and one tilt-shift lens. I hope you like them.Read More
Earlier in the year my work colleague Kevin asked – with the aid of a mild arm twist – if I would photograph his and partner Nathalie’s wedding. Arm twists aside, I jumped at the chance.
With the insider’s knowledge (stolen) from my very experienced and talented wedding photographer girlfriend, Caroline, I knew a pre wedding / engagement shoot would be a good idea; an opportunity for them to get used to the camera, and a confidence booster for me.Read More
"Grant wakes up in a cold dark cell to find his hands bound behind his back. Where is he? What is this place? And who is holding him here? A voice comes from the cell next door — it’s Annie. Can she help free them or has she been down here too long?"
Over the last month I've been beavering away at my next writing project, Annie's Cell. It's my second short play following on from last year's 'Altitude', a comedy about 3 people in a hot air balloon which was performed at two evenings at the Zion Centre, Bristol. Annie's Cell has been written especially for another evening at the Zion entitled 'Venture into the Unknown'. It's a script-in-hand performance of seven short plays by writers from the South West, produced and directed by BS13 Company.Read More
I'm a Yorkie, as in I'm from York not as in I'm a bar of chocolate. Although when I was at school a friend did try and convince me that Yorkies were actually made in Goole but it was too rude to call them Goolies. My mum told me it was rubbish - Yorkies are made in York. So now you know.
From my bedroom window growing up, across the farmer's fields on the horizon, you could see the famous Minister. It's years since I've been inside so on my annual visit home to York we took a trip.
I took loads of pictures, here are some of my favourites. Enjoy.Read More