These are all my posts in chronological order. Have a scroll through my whole body of work if you want to just pick out the bits you like.
In October we returned to Norfolk for a week of adventures and chills. We were not disappointed, good weather, good company, and good dogs made this the best holiday in years. We stayed in the awesome Saltwater bungalow in Burnham Market. The coolest thing about this place is that it also comes with a beach hut at Wells-next-the-Sea! The […]
When Al from AnyForty schedules an outdoor location lookbook shoot at the end of October there is always a little bit of dread in the back of your mind. Especially when there is constant rain in the week up to the shoot. Fortunately we lucked out on the weather and the location. We shot at the Nomadic Community Gardens, […]
It’s practically Halloween, right? The one night a year where all the ghosts and ghouls come out… when that happens, who you gunna call?
After my AnyForty shoot last week I headed over to South Kensington to visit the Natural History Museum. I’d been invited over to check out the Colour and Vision exhibition. Subtitled “Through The Eyes of Nature” it’s a fantastic display on the impact eyes and colour have had on the animal kingdom. “Follow a 565-million-year journey through the eyes of nature. Uncover how […]
It’s been over a year since I last did any sort of photo for a project, so I think we can all agree that it’s way past due. In fact I’m mostly doing a new project so my wife will stop bugging me about it…
Last Wednesday the lady I love more than anything eloped with me. We took a secret road trip up to Gretna Green and got married at the Old Blacksmith’s! Just Spadge, myself and of course Bandit.
In January, AnyForty head honcho, Al came to me wanting to run an idea by me — “I wonder if I could make a range work by getting a group of artists to do their own take on the Pride graphic”. “Hell yes” I told him. In March I headed up to Mayfield Studio, Newcastle to hang out with the AnyForty family and shoot that range.
I’ve always had a soft spot for the Fairlady, right back to the 1970s Datsun 240z. This tidy Nissan 350z is no exception. It’s a street driven drift car owned and built by my friend Sean. I offered to shoot his car for him so he had a cover image for his upcoming car check video — this week we made that happen.
My lady is a big fan of Scottish Suicide Girl turned Lingerie Designer, JulieK. Late last year I got her a few bits from the collection & we’ve been meaning to shoot it ever since.
On Sunday night I lost my automotive light painting virginity with this V8 Audi S5! The shot is comprised of 20+ 30 second long exposures. During each exposure I light painted a section of the car, slowly working my way round until I’d covered all the lines.