Wednesday, 30 November 2011

November portrait roundup...

As we reach the end of November (or Movember as my mustachioed amigos insist on calling it) and head speedily towards the delights of christmas, I thought I would take this opportunity to share some of the portraiture I have been working on over the last month or so. It's been a busy few weeks shooting everything from families, children, babies and even the odd pet pooch. . . so please enjoy some of the best bits . . .

There are still a few spaces available before christmas, for those lovely family shots for grandma! Or you could book your shoot as a christmas gift for the new year  . . . please see my studio website for details:

Monday, 14 November 2011


After photographing Rich and Amy's wedding last year, it was great to hear from them to introduce me to the newest edition of their family. Having liked their wedding photos (below) so much they travelled up from Buckinghamshire to Leicester with 5 1/2 week old Arthur to have his first pictures taken. It was great to catch up with Rich and Amy again and Arthur was a natural. The shoot as really fun, and made for some amazing shots, of which Amy said:  "They're absolutely great and exactly what we wanted, thank you so much." 


Wednesday, 9 November 2011

A cracking Christmas present I'd say...

This week I had some great news that my images have been published in the 'Brighton Book' which is now on sale here:

The book contains 660 images, including works by yours truly along with internationally renowned photographers such as Roger Bamber.

The book celebrates 12 years of 'North Laines Photography' - a wonderful photography gallery in the heart of Brighton, where I won 'The essence of Brighton and Hove' Award back in 2006. The winning picture (below) will be featured in the book, along with my project 'On the front line' Which I worked on  in conjunction with the gallery.

The project featured three large structures containing 5 meter wide photo montage prints, immersing the viewer in a 360 degree experience of the endangered south pacific islands of 'Kiribati', 'Tuvalu' and 'The Marshall Islands'.

Want to know more? Then you'll just have to get your hands on a copy of the book!!!