‘Awards & Interviews’ Category

What’s ‘In My Bag’?

What’s ‘In My Bag’?

It was great to be asked by photography magazine ‘In My Bag‘ to share the details of the camera kit, rigs, lighting and accessories that I use for my work and some advice for budding photographers – here are a few excerpts below. To read the full article click here. To read the full article […]

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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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‘Take Your Own Direction’ – magazine interview

‘Take Your Own Direction’ – magazine interview

Take a look at the recent interview with James Abbott at Practical Photography magazine featured in their November issue – Feel free to share using the social media icons below – cheers!

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Featured Interview in Photography Masterclass Magazine

Featured Interview in Photography Masterclass Magazine

Here is my featured interview in Photography Masterclass Magazine. You can also subscribe to the magazine, click here and get your first 3 months trial for free. To download the app follow this link. WE SPEAK TO PROFESSIONAL ADVERTISING AND COMMERCIAL CAR PHOTOGRAPHER, NIGEL HARNIMAN, WHOSE IMAGES HAVE BEEN FEATURED IN ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS FOR SOME […]

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One Award I Won’t Witness – AOP Open Awards 2013

One Award I Won’t Witness – AOP Open Awards 2013

While I’ve been messing about on the North Sea showing off my survival skills, a panel of judges have selected one of my images to be shown at the 2013 Open Exhibition for the AOP (Association of Photographers). I’m pretty happy with this as the AOP Open is the only competition where amateurs and professional […]

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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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