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Fantastic photos both imaginative and expressive. A lyrical depiction of sites where the sentiment goes far beyond what meets the eye!

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Image awarded "Special Merit"

I am delighted to report that my image "Big Bang" was awarded a "Special Merit" in the Light Space and Time Online Gallery's Abstract competition in March 2018: see here.

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Images Published!

I was delighted to have two of my images published in an International On-Line Magazine of PhotoArtistry... See more here. Here is one of the two images published:

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A new opportunity to see some of my work in the flesh...

This weekend we hung three images in Café Roma in St Albans. Each image is 90 x 60 cm and printed under 4mm Acrylic glass. The images are certainly making a splash:

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Feel free to drop by if you are in the area, and be sure to let the staff know what you think!

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Thank you so much for the photographs you created for us: my mum will love them!

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A very happy client taking delivery of an image we created for him. A fanatical motorbike man, he had this bike refurbished in Germany, and had studio photographs taken, but while they were fantastic, they didn't give the environment that he wanted. He mentioned to me that he wanted it against graffiti, so I took photographs of graffiti wherever I saw it, and then I created this background to place the bike against. I created a number of conceptual designs and together we agreed the toning, the placing of some components and the overall look. Very much an iterative process with my client. And I have to say that on an A2 print behind acrylic, it looks amazing.

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And now for something completely different

Here is a video I have created of twenty four images that represent each hour of the day, taken in a large variety of different cities...