It was about four months ago when I looked through my portfolio and realised that aside from weddings, I only have about three ladies in there. Appalling, I know! We had to fix that, so my beautiful friend Charley and I took to Southampton Common for a fun, relaxed and somewhat rainy photoshoot. For the shoot, … More Identifying Portfolio Gaps and Some ’90s Girl Power!
This series of images are the result of that experimentation. An enormous amount of editing went into these, but I enjoy them either way. It is possible I enjoy them because those qualities I liked about the location are exaggerated into a horror-esque scene with almost inky print texture. … More Obscure and Intimidating // The Accidental Masterpiece
This month finally gave me the long over-due chance to go home. Nothing brings out the creativity more than a visit to Cornwall – but it doesn’t take me to tell you it’s a stunning place. The people are interesting and the galleries, of which there are many, are experimental. However, outside the tourist season … More Visiting Cornwall // Padstow & Falmouth
January 1st 2017 was the start of a new year and a new project. To take and print one photograph a day. Easy for someone who calls themselves a photographer huh? Well yes, but I was in, and still am in, a creative rut – this project is an attempt to get out of that rut. … More Jamie Livingston – Some Photos of That Day // Polaroid ZIP
A throwback to the past with all the technology and convenience of the modern day – but for £399+, what exactly are you getting? … More The Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens // Lomography Unboxing & First Impressions.
These two contrasting experiences have gone towards confirming how I have felt about photography all along. You never truly know what you’re doing, it’s just a case of learning to be adaptable. … More Wedding Photography // Five Lessons From A Newbie.
It’s been a long time, but as promised here are the black and white photographs from Netley Abbey, Southampton. I’m sure the people in Boots photography department were getting sick of the sight of me asking where my film had disappeared to! The ruins of the abbey are undeniably beautiful, but I was more … More Netley Abbey : Continued
Last weekend was an important one, I got to live out a teenage dream and go to Download Festival. We camped in cheap tents and ate overpriced food, and it was great. While we were ankle-deep in cold mud for three days, it seems the weather at Donington Park was well known. The weather came close … More Drownload Festival 2016
All images used in this article were taken from ‘Hiroshi Sugimoto: Architecture of Time’ (Schneider 2002) – Published alongside an exhibition of the same name. “…it seemed like an interesting idea to photograph 20th Century architecture out of focus.” – Sugimoto explains. “The concept of time applies – I’m trying to recreate the imaginative visions … More Hiroshi Sugimoto | Architecture of Time