Monthly Archives: September 2010

Oyster Man

What a really interesting shoot I’ve had this week. I’m working on a piece for Countryfile magazine, producing an illustrated feature on an Oyster Farmer. I met Richard in West Mersea this week and had a ball – he is … Continue reading

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What a week!

Well the Tour of Britain is all over…it’s been one hell of a week for all concerned and especially for all the folks involved with Sigma Sport. Stage 7 was just simply wonderful for the team – with Minty going … Continue reading

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A dry day – yes really dry!

I’m amazed, we arrived into Tiverton this morning and it was actually dry, with a slight breeze and some blue sky. It’s been a little hectic today, running around like a blue arsed fly prior to the start, grabbing some coffees … Continue reading

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Stage Four – Another Very Wet Day

When will this rain stop? It’s another awfully wet day in Somerset! – Pouring down.. Managed to get the press bus en-route today, stopped about 6km into the ride in a lovely little village/town, where I got a pic of … Continue reading

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Wet, Windy and well Welsh

Stage three of the Tour of Britain kicked off in Newton, in a wet and windy town full of school kids cheering the tour out of town. The ride today took in the Black Mountains and included a really hard … Continue reading

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Hot and hard riding

  Well, the tour is well underway now and its going ok. The lads at Sigma have had a couple of tough rides, coping with the sky, garmin and saxobank riders! Yesterday was awful wet weather, but crowds came out … Continue reading

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All go!

It’s been a day of preparation and last minute madness, ready for the Tour of Britain. I had a call at 8:50am today, offering up a shoot for one of my medical clients this afternoon. Not wanting to turn it … Continue reading

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The Mole Catcher

As a photographer you generally get to meet some really interesting people and experience some wonderful moments. Steve the mole catcher is someone who is not only a friendly chap, but his job is really interesting. I done a feature … Continue reading

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nearly but not quite..

Had the Olympus magazine come through today. Came third in their worldwide travel photography competition with the below.. I remember taking this shot whilst in a boat at about 6am on the Ganges – a wonderful experience. Although I shoot  a lot … Continue reading

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