All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘People’

‘Life In The Fast Lane’ Pro Showcase Interview

‘Life In The Fast Lane’ Pro Showcase Interview

It was great to be asked recently by Matty Graham of Practical Photography Magazine for an interview to appear in their Pro Showcase section for their April issue. Here it is! If you would like to read the entire magazine including the ‘Life In The Fast Lane’ interview online click here or head across to […]

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Shanghai International Photographic Art Festival 2014 and Interphoto China

Shanghai International Photographic Art Festival 2014 and Interphoto China

The 12th Shanghai International Photographic Art Festival & Exhibition took place recently, and I was pleased to be one of two UK photographers selected from the Association of Photographers London to take part along with the very talented underwater & dance photographer Maya Almeida – http://www.mayaalmeida.com/ Here are a few images from the Festival, Exhibition and […]

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Squint Showcase Exhibition Private View

Squint Showcase Exhibition Private View

Last week was the Private View of the Squint Showcase Exhibition hosted by The Red Brick Road London.  Thanks to all who made it happen and for all of your hard work – Janet, Karen, Phil & co. Here are a few images from the evening… The image which we chose to exhibit is running currently […]

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Glamour & Grime – BTS on the L200 Shoot

Glamour & Grime – BTS on the L200 Shoot

I do enjoy a location shoot like this, not because of the conditions but more because of the results they create. Let me start from the beginning. I’d just returned from the heat & dust of a GMC location shoot in 100 degree temperatures in the US when this project came in. The brief – show the […]

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Feeling the Heat with Technological Warfare

Feeling the Heat with Technological Warfare

Have you ever received a warning from your iPhone in the summer? *your phone is about to over heat*. It’s rare but, don’t try this at home, if you leave it in the sun for too long you’ll be shown this message. Try and pick it up and you’ll burn your fingers, thanks to the […]

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She’s Electric …. Formula E

She’s Electric …. Formula E

It’s been a hectic week, made even more exciting by the launch of two cars coinciding. The first, is a new Formula E racing car, fast as greased lightning while being powered by electricity. Yep, you heard me right. This new Formula E Amlin Aguri fully electric car is set to turn preconceptions of electric cars […]

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Stitching Up the Celebrities

Stitching Up the Celebrities

I don’t often think about what I wear to work, as long as it’s comfortable and capable of being in trend, that’s enough for me. Being an automotive photographer, I can’t really afford to fall in love with my clothes as it’s a hands on job that can get a bit dirty. As you’ve seen […]

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Spectacular Camera Coincidence with Kodak from the Costa Del Arcane

Spectacular Camera Coincidence with Kodak from the Costa Del Arcane

When on a cycling trip in Spain I did what any self-respecting photographer would and took a trip round a flea market to seek out any bargains. One stall caught my eye as it held a selection of vintage cameras, most notably a 1950’s Bakelite Kodak Brownie 127. Anyone as old as me remembers their […]

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What a Way to Ride through Spain

What a Way to Ride through Spain

After cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats (read the blog here on that ride) and spinning round the four A’s (Aberystwyth to Aldeburgh blog here) there’s not much left of Britain that I haven’t seen from a bike seat. So this Easter, I decided to give Spain the benefit of my company, alongside my trusted cycling […]

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Real Men Need Reliable Tools that Don’t Let Them Down

Real Men Need Reliable Tools that Don’t Let Them Down

You’ll remember a couple of months back I made a visit to the North Sea, a visit that was not to be taken lightly. (See here). I trained intensively to be allowed into this harsh environment where waves would crash with a double decker force and the wind chill would freeze the sweat on your […]

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