Pretty, curvy, smiling Leigh (and Gideon!)
Earlier this year at the Leighton Buzzard Canal Festival I chanced upon a slightly alternative Morris dancing troupe.
I knew that Leigh and Gideon were into Airsoft The players take it very seriously, the equipment they use is remarkably realistic
two muses for the price of one in this set. Houghton House is a favourite spot of mine for picture taking and this time I've combined it with another favourite subject Leigh.
Lena is a professional model. She was let down at the last miinute and so I grabbed the opportunity to work with her. We shot four locations in three different outfits during the course of our time in London.
The first collection of images was shot in St Dunstan's in the East, a ruined church in the middle of the City of London that has been turned into a beautiful secluded garden. The dress Lena arrived in just seemed to work perfectly for the location.
Here is a selection of shots from teh second outfit Lena wore. We took some in St Dunstans but were chased off by a wedding party
I've always liked the look of "goths". I really don't know why but I always have. I thinik it's because they're different, consciously different. Nicole put out a casting call for a collaborator and I responded
About a year ago, I asked if anyone would like me to take pictures of their family or children. One of the people who responded was Sarah and she asked me to take pictures of her then, one year old girl Pippa.
Sol Heilo is a Norwegian singer/songwriter. Shecame to my attention as part of a band called 'Katzenjammer'. Sadly, Katzenjammer split BUT the upside was that Sol released her debut album and embarked on a European tour. She played only a single date here
I took quite a lot of pictures while I was in New Zealand
Recently I found myself by the coast. I love being by the sea
A favourite spot of mine is Stockgrove country park. I like to visit it and just wonder around,
A few curated images from my recent trip to New Jersey and New York
The first collection of images were all taken around lower and mid town Manhattan.
One of the things I really wanted to do was to walk the Brooklyn bridge
I was in full tourist mode when I went to the states but it seems that the photographer in me never takes a day off. This collection of shots contains cute, funny, interesting and downright weird images. I'll let you decide which is which.
The fourth collection from my trip to New York is of course the Statue Of Liberty.
WTC Memorial Garden. Given the impression we're fed of how the USA is a land of bigger and brasher is best and if it's bigger than that then that's even better. I was pleasantly surprised by the WTC memorial. It was moving without being cloying.
Recently, I was in Oslo, Norway. I was there for a gig but took the opportunity to take a bit of a break. It being Autumn the tress were turning and leaves were falling. I really liked the city and hope to return someday.
Out and about recently, I stumbled across these farm buildings
In the heart of the City Of London, hides the this small garden in the ruins of a church.
13th-century Cistercian abbey Once a Cistercian abbey, founded in 1246 by Richard of Cornwall
The Eastern State Penitentiary is a former American prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was operational from 1829 until 1971.
Corfe Castle was built on a steep hill in a gap in a long line of chalk hills, created by two streams eroding the rock on either side. The name Corfe derives from the Old English ceorfan, meaning 'a cutting', referring to the gap. The construction of t
This building is an impressive sight! I found the asymmetric nature of it very interesting... the towers are different heights, the top third of each serve no purpose than to be there. First mooted in 1905, construction started in 1933 and was interrupted