Thought I’d take a break from posting (and processing) wedding to put this one up. Took it a couple of months back in Mongolia by the side of the road. If you haven’t been to Mongolia, it really is an experience. You can quite literally take a photograph composed of […]Read More
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Forty Models, Photographers and makeup artists, one amazing site, one amazing day. Packing for Mongolia now. More adventures soon! AlexRead More
Well folks it took a lot of organising but we made it. On sunday the big photo shootout finally happened at a derelict RAF base just north of Cambridge. Really great day, we had some amazing models, photographers and makeup artists on hand. Really can’t wait to see what everybody […]Read More
Never work with children or animals. At what point did I forget that golden rule?? Well anyway I know I promised to do a little techie post on some of my more recent photos so here goes nothing. So let’s start with the horse shot. The back story to this […]Read More
Wow what a day. Today I got set an assignment by Joe McNally to photograph the lovely Alessia – an up and coming musician. The goal was to get two photographs suitable for a magazine (one landscape and one portrait as a cover) in order to show Alessia as a […]Read More
So for those of you who regularly read the blog you might have been wondering where on earth I’ve dissapeared to in the last few weeks. Well I’ve been working on a Philip Pullman play, “Clockwork” which has just finished it’s run at the ADC Theatre in Cambridge. Due to […]Read More
So yes I promised I’d do a post going into a bit more detail about how to light the 200 odd people of the London Lindy Exchange. Dancing fast. In a large (70x40ft) hall. With only three speedlights… If you’re not a camera nerd I suggest you leave this post […]Read More