Monthly Archives: March 2011

sigma sport pro cycling team launch

 Last weekend was fantastic. I was able to combine my two passions, cycling and photography. Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to ride much, but it was good being part of the Sigma Sport Specialized team launch. I was asked … Continue reading

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practical photography magazine image critique

Following on from a few features I’ve written for various publications over the past year, I was asked by the editor of Practical Photography magazine to do some critique work for them. This was, as it turned out on their … Continue reading

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the fun of the theatre

  During the past week I’ve had the opportunity to work with the Theatre Royal in Norwich, on their Norfolk Schools Project. This has been a wonderful contract and opportunity I have to work with a progressive theatre. The schools … Continue reading

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sunny day on the broads

The new Broads Authority website was launched recently and looks really good. The new branding is going down a hit with all local businesses in Norfolk and North Suffolk and it seems to have moved the image of the Broads … Continue reading

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ouch….&*£%*& a lens is dropped

Whilist on a shoot in Sunny Suffolk I had a terrible moment with one of my lenses. The shoot was going well. I had just changed from my  lovely 70-200 VR f.28 to the 24-70 to shoot some wide images. … Continue reading

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on the Broads with my camera…

Spent a couple of late afternoons/evenings out on the Norfolk Broads with my camera. It was a bit of change, I’ve not shot an awful lot of landscape material recently and it’s so nice to be able to get out … Continue reading

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pre wedding shoot

Lifestyle portraiture and documentary wedding photography isn’t my main stream of work, however I do a few jobs a year and because I’m not working on them all the time I can honestly say I enjoy the shoots I do … Continue reading

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nice twitter feeds

Following on from this months feature in Practical Photography, I’ve had a few nice retweets from Sigma Sport and the Tour of Britain HQ. I thought I’d share them with you.

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a short trip to ypres

Ypres was the destination…it was a last-minute trip, decided 36 hours before… I wanted to visit my granddads grave near Poperinge, from WW1 and having done the trip a few years back, I knew the area and decided to jump on … Continue reading

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