Father and Son Sledging Print Edition for Sale
I am offering a new image in three different sizes (12" x 16" : edition of 100, 20" x 24" : edition of 15, 30" x 40" : edition of 5). The print is Father and Son Sledging which I shot in a local London park.
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New Winter Print Edition for Sale
I have started selling some limited edition prints on Etsy, the online shopping site. I am offering a new image in three different sizes (12" x 16" : edition of 100, 20" x 24" : edition of 15, 30" x 40" : edition of 5). The print is 'Winter' which I shot in a local London park.
Click this link to take a look at my Etsy shop.
Limited Edition Prints for Sale
I have started selling some limited edition prints on Etsy, the online shopping site. I am offering two different images in three different sizes (12" x 16" : edition of 100, 20" x 24" : edition of 15, 30" x 40" : edition of 5). The first is a 'Couple with an Umbrella" which was recently exhibited in the Laura Noble 'London Life' exhibition.
The second is a 'Man lurking'.
This is an exciting opportunity to buy some of my favourite new images. Click this link to visit the Etsy site.
The snow was falling and I wanted to get involved. I was keen to get some photographs in the snow, with light bouncing all around. I decided to cycle up to Hampstead Heath and take some shots of people and the surrounding area. By the time I reached the Heath, after a fairly treacherous bike ride, the snow had stopped and there was a multitude of people out having fun in the snow. I started by shooting some groups of people on Parliament Hill.
After this I wandered off to shoot some of the surrounding landscape.
Finally I returned to Parliament Hill and started shooting some of the people...
'Walk on By' is my latest photography story. It is from a series of images that I have been working on over winter.
The images are an abstract look at life passing by on the streets of London. The subjects are carrying home their shopping, hurrying by, sheltering from the wind and rain, etc. the reason for making them abstract is partly because I love they way they look, the colours, and the distortion of shapes, but also I like the way the viewer can read something of their own into the pictures.
Here are just 3 of the images from a story of twelve. I am looking to get the whole...
Sound check over I catch up with Carter, singer from Sommerset's finest, Waves of Fury. It's been about a year since we last met, and I'm here to get some shots of the band's new line up. We're at the Shacklewell Arms in Dalston where they are playing a gig to promote their superb new album 'Thirst'. We gather the none too enthusiastic band members together and head into the cold damp back yard to shoot. Awaiting us in the yard is the obligatory 'pimp my sofa' seating which seems to appear wherever Carter and I meet, so...
After a relaxing sit down I manage to motivate the band to stand...
Every now and then I do a job that I wish I hadn't. This was one of those jobs.
I locked my bike to the railing outside the cafe and and crossed over onto Haggerston Rd. It was a beautifully warm sunny May day. I was looking for the Meadham Kirchhoff studio. As I scanned the row of assorted warehouse doors and grilles a painfully trendy, and highly colourful young man walked out of his studio towards me. This had to be one of my subjects! I asked him if he was part of the Meadham Kirchhoff team. He very dismissively acknowledged that he was, grudgingly let me in, and told me to go upstairs...
It's a bank holiday so inevitably it is pouring with rain in London. I arrange to meet Michael in a local Kentish Town pub, as it will almost certainly turn into a deluge if I arrange an outdoor location. He turns up a little late and makes his apologies. He is quiet, unassuming, and happy to let me decide where we start the shoot. I have already set up a shot under a covered section of the garden. The rain has now slowed down, although there are a few drips still coming through holes in the awning.
I like this shot, but want to give 'Paper' (the magazine I'm shooting for) a choice of images...
Well is wasn't exactly L.A. more like Kennington. In fact this was Kennington. My assistant and I were standing, lost, unable to find number 39, in one of those odd half Victorian, half modern 70's council estate squares in south east London. We were waiting for Kunle (aka L.A. Salami) to come and find us. He didn't seem to be making an appearance so we continued our hunt. We were just about to knock on the wrong number 39 when my assistant spotted Kunle on an ariel walkway. We wandered up the stairs and into his flat which was almost devoid of furniture due to an imminent move....