One of my initial inspirations for starting this blog was the experience I had photographing a Maasai tribe in my Dalston studio earlier this summer. I’ve still yet to work out what I’m doing with the pictures or properly retouch them but I thought it was about time I put some of the final images up.
Mark Webber - Championship Leader
Almost a year ago to the day I had the pleasure of meeting Mark Webber in his UK home. At the time Mark had yet to win a Grand Prix. Now I’m not saying I had any influence but the next race was his first win and a very impressive one at that. One year on and Mark is currently leading the championship and has helped to provide us with one of the most exciting seasons in a very long time. I...
My Portis Wasp →
I was a little sleep deprived when I wrote the answers to the interview questions for this blog and I didn’t realise the un-edited version would be going online. All the same a very flattering interview with yours truly can be read here, interspersed with lots of my images.
National Portrait Gallery - Taylor Wessing...
On Friday I found out the exciting news that my picture of Laurie will be included in this years photographic portrait prize at the national Portrait Gallery. This is a really special one for me as it’s the third year in a row that i’ve been included in the exhibition. For those of you that want to go and see the larger than life print of laurie, the exhibition will start in...
Smoke Feathers - Band Shoot
Earlier on this year I was invited by the band Smoke Feathers to join them in a lovely recording studio in Warwickshire and take pictures for their promotional material and upcoming album release. Here’s a few of my Favourites.
Smoke Feathers on MySpace →
Women who fled forced marriage - Stella Magazine →
Saved From Forced Marriages
Please get yourself a copy of The Sunday Telegraph this weekend to see a feature story that I worked on with my good friend Cyrus Shahrad for Stella Magazine. The two of us have spent months researching and working on the article about women who have fled forced marriages. It is a slightly different direction for the two of us but one that I hope will lead to cementing our reputation as a creative...