‘Awards & Interviews’ Category

Does Life Look Better with a Squint?

Does Life Look Better with a Squint?

I’ve been a fan of the Squint Showcase for some time now however it does conjure up strange images for me. Marrying squinting with photography makes me think of parents on Christmas Day as they try to decipher the 3D dolphin picture from a Magic Eye Book. Maybe I digress as this trend was a […]

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Two Wheels, One Lens – Photography Monthly

Two Wheels, One Lens – Photography Monthly

Here is my recent interview in Photography Monthly. Cycling has never been so popular and nor has taking pictures. Here we combine the two; from a little history, what bags are best, a tandem ride and even an interview with a cycling photographer The wind in your hair, exercise, fun and freedom all sum up […]

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Gadget Geeks Collide for Coffee and Conversation – with Jon Bentley

Gadget Geeks Collide for Coffee and Conversation – with Jon Bentley

I always look forward to the Focus on Imaging event, even if my accountant goes weak at the knees. He knows I’ll return with a new wish list of must have advanced, but pricey, photographic equipment. This year, however, I already had my eye on the prize, as I made a beeline to the IQ2, […]

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My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies, Part 2

My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies, Part 2

Before CGI A photographer at heart, Nigel’s career started in London where he looked for the biggest photographers he could find doing location photography and tried to get work experience with them. “There were loads of people I tried to get work with at the time such as Alan Brooking, who did the iconic 1970s […]

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My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies

My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies

Here is my ‘Big Interview’ (their words, not mine) in Professional Photographer, November 2012 issue. Nigel Harniman tells Kathrine Anker why photography is so important to his CGI ad campaigns, and how his invented chocolate car got its sexy shine. My chat with Nigel Harniman was my first peek behind the scenes of Computer Generated […]

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Mitsubishi: Terminator meets Brad the Builder

Mitsubishi: Terminator meets Brad the Builder

I like having fun with landscapes; with the natural world you can pull it, merge it and reshape it. Make it hyper-real and more beautiful or more sombre than it actually is. With idealised, fabricated landscapes you can throw in mundane objects and create your own tough, forbidding images. Very scifi. Fun to play with. […]

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Mars Ice Cream – a little bit tasty

Mars Ice Cream – a little bit tasty

I think of myself as a photographer, not a writer – and I’m certainly not an active blogger. So I’ve had to ponder long and hard about my new role as a photographer/blogger. But I reckoned that with over 20 years of shoots – mainly automotive – under my belt, I wanted to pull some […]

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