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A very northern wedding

Back in late 2014 my dear friend Sarah Jane asked me to photograph her wedding the following summer. Photographing a friend's wedding can be a poisoned chalice but seeing as they live in the west of Norway right amongst the Fjords I thought I'd risk it...

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Abandon Normal Devices: Grizedale

A very busy Autumn and a sub-1 year old in the house means that I've neglected my fledgling blog for the past few months. Anyway, no excuses, apart from those ones! I'll try to finish the year with a final flurry of activity looking at a couple of the highlights. First off, one of those jobs that doesn't come up very often and are all the more special for it. Two days in the late summer, early autumn trekking around a forest with cutting edge artistic installations involving virtual reality, drones, fungi, kites, outdoor cinemas, singing trees and paper planes. The brief: to capture the art works and visitors interacting with them. The Client: Abandon Normal Devices a ground breaking arts organisation. The venue: Grizedale forest in the Lakes...

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Hiroshima, behind the scenes

10 years ago I had the privilege of living and working in Hiroshima. The last year of a 3 year stint in Japan, just prior to returning home to set up the business. My time in Hiroshima coincided with the 60th anniversary preparations and some of my photographs were used to illustrate an article in a Japanese magazine at the time. This was one of the first times I saw my photographs in print. 10 years on and I've dug through my old film negatives to share some of the other images I took, away from the well trodden tourist spots (all with my trusty old Nikon FM3A).

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10 years

July 2015. 10 years in Business, the completion of 8 years of house renovations and last but not least, the birth of our first child. Since it feels like a year of change and all my diy tools have been stowed away, what better time to start that blog I've been thinking about for ages. I'm not sure of content, direction or purpose but won't let that stop me. I'll kick off with a brief overview of the past 10 years and aim to update with new content every month or so.

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