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Four Legs Good

Four Legs Good A good amount of what I do is photographing human beings, and trying to shape light to bring out their best features. This project was about seeing how animal’s heads react to the same treatment – seeing if they look any more human… These are all animals from Wythenshawe Community Farm in […]

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Le Mans’ Best Friend

I was at the Le Mans 24 race this weekend. It was a trek first from Manchester to Upminster to rendezvous with the group, then to Folkestone for the Eurostar, and a 4hr drive across France to the campsite near the circuit. Unsurprisingly I always take a camera away with me on trips. I do […]

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Marnie & Me

  Crime author Marnie Riches, who contacted me looking for some portraits convinced she couldn’t possibly look cool in any of them. The brief was fairly loose – to get a portrait of her in line with the edgy, murky worlds she creates for her readers. The first shot was taken in Revolution on Deansgate […]

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Yee Kwan, Ice Cream Queen

Yee runs her ice cream and sorbet business from Sheffield and you’ll find her range in Harvey Nichols, among other places. The brief required an environmental portrait of Yee, but a sufficiently loose frame to allow some information about what she does to come through. The environs of an industrial park often aren’t photogenic, so […]

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Christie’s Radiology Department

Radiology department at the Christie Hospital. Group pictures are always hard to light – when I use two there’s no shape to the light, and when I use one there’s never proper coverage, or the part nearest the light gets flashbombed. This one was the maiden voyage of an 100cm Elinchrom Deep Octa – you […]

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Henna Riaz from 360 Audit

… taken for a Times feature on the 2013 budget. Though well versed in financial matters, and running a successful company with some very well known and impressive clients, Henna also secretly listens to hip hop (and keeps a huge portrait of Marilyn Monroe).

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Cuba

These pictures were taken during a week in Havana and two days spent in a quiet town nearby called Vinales. I won’t splurge on hyperbole, so I’ll finish by saying I was very reluctant to leave…

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Christie’s Walk of Hope

A remembrance event for people whose lives have been affected by cancer, the Walk Of Hope takes place at Tatton Park. There are various stops along the route where people can take part in small ceremonies, such as writing messages on smooth stones which they then cast into the lake, and when night falls around […]

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