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Thames flood barrier

January 29, 2014

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Been intending to visit the Thames flood barrier since I’ve been in London…. 9 years ago. I finally made it last week. Conditions were generally overcast but glimpses of sun, there was even a subtle rainbow that came out just for me. There will be photos to follow of our round trip from the south […]

British Beach Walk

January 27, 2014

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Following the floods and winds in England lately we thought it was time we visited the south coast again. We took a 3 hour walk and lot of photos…

Pagham Pram Race – Boxing Day 2013

December 30, 2013

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So I was in the fortunate situation to be down in Pagham, West Sussex on Boxing day after getting a lift down from London on Crimbo evening. We had seen signposts of the event earlier in the week and thought it’d be wonderful to go down and get some unofficial shots of the event. The […]

Mama Rosin Gig London Southbank Centre

December 20, 2013

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I’ve not shot many gigs but had the chance during the summer. Took part as a second shooter. Here are a few shots for you. The band are called Mama Rosin and the night was organised by the Nest Collective.

A Question Of Colour – Henri Cartier Bresson @Somerset House, London

January 18, 2013

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  Apologies to the readers, this blog post was writen last month but somehow remained unposted. You’re still not too late to see the exhibition! Enjoy. I went to a Henri Cartier Bresson exhibition at London’s Somerset House. It featured 10 New Bresson photos and a host of photos from past and current photographers influenced […]

Ansel Adams in Greenwich, London

December 3, 2012

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I recently went to an Ansel Adams Exhibition in Greenwich at the Royal Museums – http://www.rmg.co.uk/visit/events/ansel-adams – My general interest is events and street photography so Ansel Adams’ photography is off track from my usual focus. The detail of his work is astonishing, I had always seen his photos in books and images online but […]

Disaster Photography

November 1, 2012

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In light of hurricane Sandy, the topic of natural disaster photography has reared its head amongst my friends and I. For a photojournalist covering a disaster such as Hurricane Sandy, would conjure up images in my mind of floods, high wind, fallen trees/buildings/roofs, derelict streets and possibly a lonesome shadow of someone braving the streets […]