PROJECT GALLERIES

I've divided up a lot of my work over the last few years into a number of Galleries, each representing a project, session or trip.  I've also allocated some of the images into individual GENRES, which you can access via the main menu.  If you've got a few moments please enjoy having a look around.

Dunes and Beaches

Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, a fashionable place, is a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department in northern France. A small town with a population of 50,355 welcomes up to 250,000 people during the summer.   Originally an area of wild sand dunes and forest – part of a hunting...

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The End of Days

The Post-Apocalypse village.  Buried in woodlands in deepest Buckinghamshire, a place that draws warboys, tankgirls, wasteland warriors and armageddonists. And provides a shelter from the zombies. You might get in, but there's no guarantee that you'll ever be able to leave. And, funnily enough, they're...

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Les Vide Greniers

The French tradition that is not to be missed is the Vide Grenier (AKA Car Boot Sale). The idea is to empty your loft/garage, find all the old crap – I mean, valuable treasures – take it to a specific location and try to...

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All Banged Up

HM Prison Gloucester was a 224-year-old Category B men’s prison located in the Gloucester Docks area. Opened later as a tourist ‘attraction’ our shoot was organised by Gavin Hoey and Olympus UK …… on a deathly cold January day.  Grim!...

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Le Canal Du Midi

Classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the major 17th century works, the Canal du Midi, gives a 240km link from Garonne to the Mediterranean and passing through the Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrenees regions....

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Loving Languedoc

Languedoc today covers just a small part of the much larger area of France that was known in the Middle Ages as the Pays de Langue d’Oc.   The “Langues d’Oc” was a name given to a whole family of French dialects spoken in the southern...

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Zara Watson

Zara, in her own words ….. “I feel like the lens is my stage where I perform, and I love it! I love all styles of modelling, serious, cool, strong, sexy, with attitude, fun, happy, commercial, quirky, creative, feminine, soft”. Top drawer. Ultimate Pro. What...

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Paris – a Different Look

Exploring the Paris of the Parisians, districts full of charm and typical Parisian lifestyle, mostly away from the great classics that everyone goes to - at least once.  Strolling around and suddenly coming across a small square with trees, a flowery little street, or...

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Provence

Oh, all those blockbuster A-list towns – Arles, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, Nice – they all live up to their hype and welcome the tourist hordes. But to get a taste of traditional Provencal life at a slower pace, be sure to visit some of the many small...

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