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.
It’s been an absolute pleasure watching one of my favourite brands, AnyForty, transition over the last year. From a pure streetwear brand to an Artists Collaborative Collective. Bringing a supremely talented selection of illustrators and artists to all new mediums. All under the art direction of talented designer, Alan Wardle.
Until last week I’d never even shown my editing process. Today I’m GIVING away free Lightroom presets to instantly give you the Rick Nunn look. If you haven’t already seen the Vlog on this I highly recommend checking that out first.
I’ve been waiting SO long to visit these massive derelict satellite dishes at RAF Stenigot in Lincolnshire. Finally we got over to see them, and I was NOT disappointed.
When BenQ reached out to me and asked if I wanted to try their new monitor designed specifically for photographers I jumped at the chance. Having glanced at the specs “This could be the ultimate photo editing monitor” I thought to myself.
There are few things in life more frustrating than being a photographer and having your wife photographed by someone else. Especially when you’re getting live text updates and you can feel the distress in every emoji.
I got to shoot this absolutely awesome machine for Solutions Racing. It’s a Caterham SP300R and this car looks like it’s going 100mph even when it’s parked. The legendary Gulf Racing Team livery is timeless and really really works on this car.
Now, in fairness, it was the first sunny Saturday of the year, the last Saturday of the Easter Holidays and all adult tickets were half price on this particular day. But we were told that it was one of the first ever days the zoo car park became a “one in, one out” entry situation.
Finding a place to stay that ticks all of my boxes is rare. Very rare. I love history and character in a building, but also for it to contain modern, luxurious facilities – this is a combination that isn’t very easy to find and not that common an occurrence.
Day 7 – I am here, on the final day of this project — reflecting on refraction. As photographers we are forever chasing light, trying to control it, bend it to our will. Ultimately we want to capture it, and forever immortalise it at that exact second.
Day 6 — I love coffee, I would breathe it if I could. The routine of making it is almost a meditative process for me. Measuring and grading the beans, the bloom, slowly adding the water. I’ve done it so many times it’s second nature, almost muscle memory. For me photography is similar, getting behind […]