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Sunday, 29 May 2011


Well that's it done! The new website is now LIVE!

Check it out!


Thursday, 26 May 2011

New Website

I have just requested my new website to go live!!!! Eeeeeeek!!! Keep your eyes peeled for the URL! Blog, FB page & Twitter ready to go too!!!! Please show your support by following me over to my new pages!!

This page will be closing shortly!

Sunday, 22 May 2011

New beginnings

Well.......after lots of hard work, long hours and several mind changes, the new website is almost ready! I am just making some changes to the logo, then the website, Facebook page, Blog and Twitter will be live!

Once I am ready to go live, I will post the new link here, then this blog will be deleted.

Thanks for all your support


Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Beauty & Decay

Today I had a shoot with professional dancer, Jodie Nesbitt. Jodie is currently working on Bollywood music videos in Mumbai, and is home for a couple of weeks, so what better than to let your hair down, and get some nice photos.

With Jodie's profession being the main aim of the shoot, it was nice to see some different poses to normal. Between us, we had planned some of the outfits quite thoroughly, although Jodie did come VERY prepared for any other eventuality. 

Also covering some nice headshots, and some nice sexy, but sophisticated shots, we had a good day in the old barns close to my house.

Jodie is a natural infront of the camera, poses with ease and was a great laugh throughout the day. 

Thanks Jodie, and hope to work with you again soon.


Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Sporting Portraits

I had the opportunity today, for some sporting portraits. Sadly, as usual, nothing went to plan. The ring was out of bounds, all the boxers were busy apart from a few, the usual. This is nothing uncommon in my job. You get used to it, and make the best of the situation regardless.

With all my kit at hand I set to work. I decided to use only one flash and softbox. I wanted nice, moody images, and using only one light can achieve this easily. Varying the position of that one light also differs the effect on the image.

They were quickly processed in photoshop, using darkroom techniques only. No other form of editing was involved.

Quite happy with the results