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Bow Arts – Leopold Estate Commission

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Over the past couple of months I’ve been watching a commission for Bow Arts taking shape, and last week the results are up. I can see them from my bedroom window which feels great, especially watching kids play football in … Continue reading

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End Water Poverty – World Walks for Water

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I had a commission recently for End Water Poverty, documenting The World Walks For Water, an event raising awareness of the world’s water and sanitation crises.  I followed a group of 120 primary school children from Henry Cavendish School in Streatham, across … Continue reading

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Objects Of Desire @ The Freud Museum

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Objects of Desire at the Freud Museum was ‘an evening of live art, performance, intervention, installation and film, inspired by the notion of the self-portrait, set in the unique surroundings of Sigmund and Anna Freud’s final home’. Wonderful, funny and … Continue reading

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69 Colebrooke Row

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69 Colebrooke Row I recently shot a wonderful bar in London, Tony Conigliaro’s 69 Colebrooke Row. I had an editorial feature for Completely London in December, and the bar asked me back for a commission earlier this month. It was a great day, … Continue reading

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Accra and Kumasi Markets – Ghana

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Two of the most fun parts of my trip to Ghana were the visits to heaving markets in the two largest cities, Kumasi and Accra. Throughout the trip it was tricky to shoot in public, as most Ghanaians object to … Continue reading

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Nzulezo – Stilt village in Ghana

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Second Ghana post, more to come..Here’s Nzulezo, a stilt village originally built 600 years ago and now home to almost 500 Ghanaians who survive on production of a local tree-sap based spirit that I was too scared to try and … Continue reading

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Elmina and Cape Coast Castles. Ghana

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The slave forts of Elmina and Cape Coast in the south of Ghana, West Africa were built by the Swedish and Portugese in the 15th and 17th centuries respectively. On a recent trip to the country to trace my mother’s … Continue reading

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The Balfron Project – Simon Terrill

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The Balfron Project by Simon Terrill was a great success, with a large proportion of residents taking part in the shoot. It lasted an hour, and Simon limited his film to just 10 frames over the hour, coaxing expressive and thoughtful poses from … Continue reading

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Gaggle Update

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Here’s a little edit of what’s been going on in the world of Gaggle in the past couple of months.

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Brigitte Aphrodite/Kate Nash @ Shepherds Bush Empire

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A couple of shots from Brigitte’s gig at the Shepherds Bush empire last week..

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Creative Cocktails..!

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Here’s a little edit from a shoot for Mixology Events from last week. I turned up thinking it was going to be a pretty straightforward job…I didn’t know the drinks I had to shoot were new creations by award-winning bartender JJ Goodman at his … Continue reading

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Gabe Dubois @ Stolenspace

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Some installation shots from a recent show by Gabe Dubois at Stolenspace Gallery.

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Brigitte Aphrodite

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I had a wonderful day in Hastings shooting promos for Brigitte Aphrodite last week. She’s main support for Kate Nash next month, you can catch her and her bright comic singing at these dates.

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Coming Out Of The Woodwork @ The Nunnery

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Here’s some installation shots from an interesting show this month at the Nunnery. Artists are Mark Selby, Richard Cramp and Joe Watling. You can see the my photos on the exhibition site here

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Gaggle @ Vintage Goodwood

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Here’s the lastest installment of my adventures with Gaggle. Couple more festivals to go this summer then a monster edit…

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Still City recommended on the Guardian and BBC sites

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We just got recommended by Sean O’ Hagan in the Guardian arts section, and by Phil Coomes on the BBC photo blog for our upcoming show ‘Still City’ at R O O M. PV is this Friday @ 6.30.

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Gaggle @ Latitude Festival

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Here’s some images from a weird and wonderful weekend backstage with Gaggle. Looking forward to putting together an edit at the end of the summer.

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Leopold FunDay 2010

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A beautiful bright day for this years Leopold FunDay. Bow Arts Trust had a number of stalls including pinhole camera portrait sessions, and a crafts table where residents young and old recreated their area using card and craft.

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Bow Arts Open Studios 2010

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The Bow Arts Open Studios event was a big success this year, and included numerous shows, talks and events as well as the opportunity to meander through well over 100 artists studios. The weekend included a group show curated by Franko B at The Nunnery

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Gaggle @ Bush Hall

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I had the pleasure of a few hours backstage with Gaggle before their headline gig atBush Hall last week. Wonderful wonderful band about to embark on a seriously hectic summer of festivals.

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