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2016…what a year and we are only half way through it. I thought it worthwhile looking back at my own experiences as a photographer and sharing some of the ups and downs taking each month at a time. I spent January mainly editing weddings that had taken place in December. One of the reasons why Read more ..

Having recently visited New York for the first time, it is probably worth sharing a few thoughts on Photography in a City. If you are new to Street Photography then I would not recommend pointing your camera at complete strangers as their reaction may not be welcoming. Whichever City you are in then there is Read more ..

Despite that fact that I am a Newcastle Upon Tyne based photographer, last year I photographed weddings in York, Scarborough, Huddersfield, Loch Lomond and Leeds as well as local venues. I have learnt that each wedding is different and comes with hiccups, laughter, nerves and love. David and Catherine’s wedding ceremony was held at Sacred Read more ..

I have worked with an organisation called Disability North on a number of occasions. They are a free Independent Living Service which promotes social inclusion, independence and choice for disabled and older people in the North East of England and Cumbria. They were event organisers for the International Day of Disabled People 2015 held at Read more ..

I am delighted to be shortlisted in the EEF/Made in Britain Manufacturing Awards for a selection of 5 photographs taken at Tharsus Ltd, Egger UK Ltd and Zytronic Ltd. The photographs are going on display at the House of Commons during December 2015, with the winners announced on the 10th December. The competition aims to Read more ..

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