Friday, 25 April 2008


What to do on a wet Wednesday afternoon. Many thanks to Amy and her lustrous, leonine locks

Tuesday, 15 April 2008

Holga; Sprocket Hole Photos

Photos taken with a Holga medium format camera loaded with 35mm film. Please click to take a closer look.

Tuesday, 8 April 2008

Sunsets, chainlink fences and crows

Whilst cycling along one day I spotted these strong compositional elements...ahem...I mean this beautiful sunset. Bish bosh bash, some nice pictures of crows and fences. I'm interested in the way that changing the image to black and white completely changes the story of the lone crow - the image can be optimistic or pessemistic, depending on the technical choices that I made. This is a great example of how the camera is a tool to be used just like a pen or a brush - you can say anything you want with it.

Saturday, 5 April 2008

Royal Engineers Monument for the PQST

This week I travelled to Carver Barracks in Wimbish to photograph the memorial of the 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordanance Disposal) for the sculptors at the Portland Sculpture & Quarry Trust. I first started taking photographs when I was just a nipper, to document my travels to interesting places, and it is very satisfying that I can continue to do this but now in a professional capacity. Thanks to Hannah at the PSQT and Kirk and Andrew at Wimbish.

Tuesday, 1 April 2008

1Xtra Live

I recently covered the 1Xtra Live concert for 'The Source' newspaper, and had a great time too! Many thanks to Julia and Francine at the BBC.