Pianologues photoshoot with Will Pickvance

https://pinkcreampie.com/j1e9m1f9h8j It barely seems a year since my https://poweracademy.nl/5m8rcq2e photoshoot for Buy 2 Mg Diazepam Online Uk Will Pickvance’s festival show, Pianomorphosis, but a year it has been. In that time, Will’s become a father for the first time, toured his show to Asia, and devised the next show in his series – Pianologues. And I was delighted to be asked back by Will to create an image for that new show.


An inspirational Zoo visit with Lung Ha Theatre Company

Lung Ha Theatre Company is an organisation that I’ve admired for a long time. They’re a professional theatre company, made up of performers with a variety of learning disabilities. They create award-winning productions, are respected as professionals within their industry, and collaborate with some excellent creative partners.


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Guest blog from Tessa Simpson, O Street

https://www.radioculturasd.com.br/4d972ur This time, I thought rather than hearing from me, I’d share a blog that my friend Tessa Simpson from brilliant design agency, O Street, has written about my collaboration with them on Kenema and a recent exhibition that we hosted in London. I’ve enjoyed working with O Street on many a client project and this is a personal project that is particularly close to my heart, so it was great that they wanted to get involved.

Selected for Creative Review’s Photography Annual 2016

A nice bit of news to share with you this chilly Friday afternoon – I am delighted to announce that three of my images have been selected for Creative Review’s Photography Annual 2016. Every year, a judging panel of industry experts selects photographs which present ‘the best in visual communications from the past year’, to celebrate new work in the field of photography. The winners feature in renowned creative magazine, Creative Review. The standard is always world-class, so as you can imagine, I was humbled and delighted when I heard the news last month that I was to be part of the selection. In fact, it was a very difficult secret to keep.


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International Day of the Girl Child

In the flurry of “International day of the….” events currently appearing, there seems to be a day for everything. But today being the United Nations’ International Day of the Girl Child seems something really worth celebrating and making note of. Those that follow this blog will know that I support, in any way I possibly can, Swawou – a small school in Kenema, Sierra Leone. Today I take my hat off to them.

Student at Swawou School, Sierra Leone.

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Let your smile shine

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Learning to smile.

https://ontopofmusic.com/2022/09/ep5w19k5i Today is World Smile Day. As a portrait photographer, I spend a lot of my time studying people’s faces and their smiles. Sometimes I want people to smile in my photos and sometimes I don’t. It all depends on what I am trying to capture. But in this age of selfies, and cameras on mobile phones, I’ve noticed the decline of the smile and the rise of the pout.