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.
"Paris ... is a world meant for the walker alone, for only the pace of strolling can take in all the rich detail." Edmund White, author of 'The Flaneur'. It's a bit of a stroll both through some of the busier areas as well as...Continue reading
A young woman who I've photographed several times now and who, I believe, represents everything that is professional about studio work and modelling. And such an absolute pleasure to work with....
One of those daft things that the English like to do. Once a year. The Challenge …. to design and build a raft that can take up to 6 team members along the 1.2km stretch of the Thames and Severn Canal starting from The...Continue reading
Every year there are six events held at Prescott, two of them rounds of the British Hillclimb Championship, the VSCC meeting and three ‘club’ events. On my first outing I learned two things: Photographing fast moving cars in this sport is pretty tricky and...Continue reading
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...Continue reading
Stroud Farmers’ Market is multi award-winning and is well known as one of the biggest, busiest and most popular farmers’ market in the UK. The market has been twice awarded ‘Best Farmer’s Market in UK’. Every Saturday 9 am-2 pm Cornhill Market Place & Surrounding...Continue reading
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....Continue reading
Whilst Beth Frances isn’t a professional model she’s got a great look, lots of enthusiasm (and patience) and is helping me to develop a range of different styles and lighting sets with the equipment I have in my new small studio. More to come....
I photographed this amazing young woman at the Old Chapel Studio, Newent. OK she’s ‘punk’ style – and she said that’s all photographers shoot her as, so that was kind of a given. But I wanted something different. Hence the pink wig ….. and...Continue reading
Brighton’s location has made it a popular destination for tourists, renowned for its diverse communities, quirky shopping areas, large cultural, music and arts scene and is the most popular seaside destination in the UK for overseas tourists. On a bright Sunday morning folk just...Continue reading
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 half...Continue reading
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....