Monthly Archives: November 2009

Day Three at Lands End With Guy

Today was probably the windiest weather that I’ve experienced while photographing. I’m normally a good weather landscape photographer…but guy has certainly introduced me to the pleasures of shooting in extremely harsh conditions. It was brilliant, I had all my wet weather and warm clothing on and I felt like an astronaut! We got up early […]


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Day Two at Lands End With Guy

I'm having a fantastic time here at Lands End with Guy Edwardes. It is unbelivebly wet and windy, but that's exactly what we came here for…wind swept light houses, with 70ft waves. Shot from a mile away with a really really long lens (try a 1000mm sometime). We went back to the same beach as […]


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Day One at Lands End With Guy

Having a fantastic time down here in windy and rainy Cornwall. And it doesn't get any further south than here in the UK! We took some great windy waves hitting a light house today, some nice low light coast line shots and some painting with light with a 18 million candle power torch…it's been a […]


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I'm really excited to announce that I'll be spending the next three days in Cornwall with Guy Edwardes,Shooting lighthouses and gusty landscapes in Landsend.Guy is an extremely talented photographer and one of my landscape heroes. His work has had a huge influence on me,Please take a look at his web site I had the […]

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We Shoot Tap Dancers – TapAttack

Last week, we reacted to an urgent photographic need to shoot for TapAttack. A group very of talented young Tap dancers. Some of which¬†happen to be in the Guinness book of world records! It was a little rushed and a bit little short notice. But our mobile Hi-Key studio worked like a treat and we […]


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