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Posts tagged with Portrait

  1. Another Place Press - Field Notes 015

    In recent years a small, independent publisher called Another Place Press has developed an enviable reputation for offering a noteworthy selection of photography books that champion image makers with a keen eye in developing narratives focused on forming a sense of ‘place’ Some of the most well received photography books…


  2. Phoebe Boswell

    Phoebe Boswell and first I met in a bar in Deptford one late sunny afternoon in the fall of 2019. With the warmth of the day rapidly cooling and the staff of Buster Mantis keenly preparing to open their nightly offering, I was in a hurry to ensure that I…


  3. Cycling Electric Magazine

    Early in 2020 I received a message from Mark Sutton, the editor of Cycling Industry News, to see if I was interested in putting together picture stories and a front cover photograph for a new magazine, Cycling Electric, that he’d been asked to shape and edit by Dennis Publishing…


  4. Lockdown Creativity

    Creativity for me is a hands on, personally engaged process and a throughly collaborative experience. A few months ago, my creative process was forced to change - luckily, adapting to work life during lockdown provided me with a hugely positive and enjoyable venture, which concluded in the most unexpected and…


  5. Creative Boom

    I am really chuffed that the good people over at Creative Boom have featured my work *Arktisk Grenseland*. Creative Boom also showcased my work Generation Geilo: Portrait of a Community a few years back too. Damn fine of them. Thank you Emily Gosling & Katy Cowan.


  6. The Race Vets of Finnmarksløpet

    Pre-dawn light is shrouded in muted winter cloud, producing a surreal red hue across a frozen field of resting dogs. Two race vets pose for me in a perfectly still -25ºc, accompanied by a solitary sound - the deadening muffle of an axe chopping lumps of icy meat. Welcome to…


  7. Portrait of Britain Winner

    I am very excited to announce that my photograph of my dear friend Michael has been selected as a winning entry in 2019’s Portrait of Britain. Shot to celebrate Michael’s 80th birthday, we secured the rather grand Palm Court in The Ritz London to ourselves for a memorable 30 minute…


  8. Power of Ownership

    Since 2015 I have worked regularly with Dimensions, one the UK’s largest not-for-profit organisations providing support for people with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and complex needs. Visiting numerous locations across the UK, I have documented many case studies and created principle photography for their marketing and communications. I have…


  9. Classrooms

    The artist and director Steve McQueen recently appeared on the Today programme on BBC Radio 4 to chat about his latest art project Tate Year 3 Project which strives to capture a traditional school class photograph in each London school to represent pupils aged 7-8 (a milestone year of their…


  10. Chance Experiment in Automation

    I’ve worked with the supremely sonic Beats & Pieces big band for a number of years to develop visual narratives for their album artworks, tour posters, social media feeds and press kits. Big bands are by nature, big on numbers, and with 14 members at any given time in Beats…


  11. The Barents Sea

    As a child looking through copies of the National Geographic I was always drawn to stories about the Arctic with its remoteness, challenging weather and rapid seasonal change and sunlight. One of the areas that looked particularly distant from my teenage years in Stevenage was the Barents Sea, with its…


  12. Charlotte Prodger Wins 2018 Turner Prize

    Congratulations to Charlotte Prodger, who has won this year’s prestigious Turner Prize I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing her in Glasgow last autumn for the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, as she was a recipient of their equally valued award - Awards for Artists. Charlotte has a beguiling presence and…


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