Monthly Archives: March 2020


Dylan posed for a portrait last year as part of my portrait series in Norfolk & North Suffolk. A scene which is quintessentially British. Donkeys first arrived on the beaches around the UK for leisure rides during Victorian times, becoming … Continue reading

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Ronnie the Rigger

Meet Ronnie the Rigger. From the series Portrait. 2019 “My specialism is yacht rigging. No one these days wants to know, none of the kids are interested in this. Which is a shame, it’s a real trade and has provided … Continue reading

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Music That Rocks The Broads!

Talented students from Lowestoft Sixth Form College and The Sir John Leman High School spoilt us with some fantastic performances at the Water, Mills and Marshes: the Broads Landscape Partnership Broads Album launch last week 🎶 #Broads #Norfolk #Suffolk #Lowestoftsixth #Sirjohnleman #Performance #music #talent #lowestoft

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Portrait of Eshetu

There have been so many portraits that I have really enjoyed shooting, but this one of dear Eshetu was probably one of my favourites. First meeting him in 2012, after I had just come back from the Cycle to Rwanda … Continue reading

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Big C. Norwich 100

Recently I met up with some of the BigC team at their new site in Norwich, to shoot images promoting the upcoming Norwich 100 ride. The building, which is underdevelopment, is to become the Cancer Support & Information Centre in … Continue reading

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Quick edit from Iceland

Iceland certainly proved to be a photogenic country. The landscape seemed to change every few moments, with terrific light making the country a photographers playground! Shooting with my little Fuji X30 – I grabbed some truly memorable frames, as the … Continue reading

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Emma Ratzer – Portrait

From the series Portrait. Emma Ratzer MBE CEO Access Community Trust “I have worked for Access Community Trust since 2007, first joining as operations manager, then director of services and now CEO since 2013. I proudly received an MBE in … Continue reading

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