Monthly Archives: April 2014


Print What You Want to Keep. Preserve your Visual Legacy

      When I travelled in the late 90’s I shot a lot of slides which I had scanned to Gold CD’s (what was supposed to be the archival gold standard of the time). […]

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Portrait of Catrina, Chichester.

  This was the first large format image I made after the terrible weather we had at the beginning of the year, so even though there isn’t any new leaves sprouting it feels like my […]

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Portrait of Alison, Woking.

  This photograph was, in part, a lucky accident. I drove up to Alison from Chichester and left a fine bright day behind me for a foggy day in Surrey. Normally I wouldn’t have shot […]

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Saying Goodbye to Friends


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Portrait of Sophia, Itchenor.

I made this portrait down near Itchenor harbour, on a little path that runs down to West Wittering. I guess it’s unusual to be shooting¬† only a few yards from the sea and not to […]

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The Wedding Car Awaits.

    A nice wedding car always makes the day extra special.

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Giving Away The Bride

A proud father wishes his daughter well as he gives her away.  Wedding photographed in Haslemere 2014.

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The Bridesmaids Arrive

I shot this image at St George’s Church in West Grinstead. The slightly gloomy light really adds to the mood, and shows you don’t need perfect weather to get interesting wedding photos.

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Portrait of Amy, Horndean.

  I photographed Amy last month. She is a singer, specialising in singing classic jazz from the 30’s 40’s and 50’s. I love making photographs of performers, they always seem to have that little bit […]

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Portrait of Kitty, Shot in Brighton.

This image is part of an ongoing series I have been working on as part of a personal project. I shoot these images on a large format camera which takes sheets of film 5×4 inches […]

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