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November 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
A photo from Fay & Karim's wedding which I covered at the last minute (got a phone-call at 7.30pm: "Can you photograph my wedding tomorrow?"). It took place at New House Farm (Lorton, Cumbria) which is a truly lovely venue for a wedding as I think this picture demonstrates. Glad to have been able to help as the photographer they booked had to pull...
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Shiver me timbers!

December 14, 2016  •  1 Comment
One cold early winter day I photographed some timber cladding for a client. I should say that it was me who was shivering and not the wood. The wood was securely attached to the outside of the building but I was getting just a little cold. Suffering for my art, some might say! I enjoyed playing with a few different angles and made some pleasing com...
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Picture it?

December 05, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
As you may well have realised, a great deal of the photography I do is in some way to do with property. Although I enjoy photographing a wide range of different things including people, products, and any variety of different things to illustrate websites, magazines and other publications, I seem to photograph buildings the most. This is no bad thin...
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Ring the changes?

November 24, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I was recently asked to photograph some wooden rings for a local craftsman to illustrate his website and these are a few of the pictures I made. Photographing objects, events and people to illustrate websites has become quite a large part of my work and I enjoy the variety and challenges this brings. If you need to freshen your website or are const...
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For a new website.

July 26, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I am often asked to take photographs to illustrate people's websites, recently I've been working on a set of fresh pictures for the Kirkgate Theatre website. I was asked to photograph a production of "Like Carmen Eh" which was an adaption of the famous Carmen opera by the French composer Georges Bizet, this time it was given a very Cumbrian feel wi...
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