Looking back over 2013. Lots of ground has been covered this last year both professionally and personally. With travel to Poland to photograph the Doosan Way and with my own relocation from Cambridge to Reigate, Surrey. As always corporate and healthcare has been a primary focus for my work. I had the pleasure of working … Read More
Recent portrait work commissioned by the Financial Times to photograph the Eben Upton the Founder of Cambridge based Rasberry Pi for the FT Business Page. Rasberry Pi manufacture pocket sized affordable computers for school children. Priced at £24. The company has won acclaim for inventing the versatile computer which can be put to a multitude … Read More
I don’t normally get to see what my subjects see as I stage a photo shoot. But thanks to Chris Collister and some great black and white images shot on a Fuji x100 I can see a new perspective on my work. Thanks Chris! Taking a group photograph at Trinity College, Cambridge, UK.
Photographing in the Canopy at the Festival of Plants for the Cambridge University Botanic Garden
Slightly different style of portrait commission, than I would normally undertake. A Cambridge based musician asked me to produce a range of stylised images he could use online and for self promotion material.
Simple corporate headshot diagram. The is a typical lighting set up I use when space is limited and I need to travel with minimal equipment. The back light usually a lastolite umbrella softbox allows for the choice of either a rim highlight with lighting on the background as well or just a rim light if … Read More
Creating natural lighting on location with speed lights. During the recent snowy spell in Cambridge I went out with a warm flask of tea and some small Nikon speed lights to try and capture a natural looking environmental portrait. The sun was low and behind my subject and was casting sun beams through the pine … Read More
The new Cambridge Biomedical Campus at Addenbrooks, Cambridge, UK. Gallery here Always pass this on my cycle ride to Cambridge, and love the way the light falls on the metal cladding. Looking forward to seeing it completed and all the fencing disappear.