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Fuel Girls in Black & White

I recently photographed some black and white portraits with a few of the Fuel Girls and I'm really happy how they've turned out. The girls were lovely and really professional to work with which is always a bonus. Pictured here is (in order)…
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London in Black & White

Shooting as much as I do, it is often hard to find inspiration to shoot photographs when they aren't commissioned, so I don't usually carry my camera around unless I am working. I've started to realise that this is a problem because I actually…
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After The Ordeal in 120

I've worked with the guys from After The Ordeal quite a few times and on our last shoot I decided to test one of my "new" OLD Yashica's by shooting off a roll of 120. I love this shot.
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The Westmore's

My good friend Simon and his beautiful wife, Claudia, got married in August and I flew over to South Africa to document their wedding day for them. I don't sell myself as a wedding photographer but it felt super special to spend so much time…
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3:41am in the snow

It snowed quite a bit this week and the first night that it started my friend, Jude, and I went on a late night "fool-around" that started at 1am and saw us skateboarding (without trucks and wheels) down snow covered stairs, throwing snowballs…
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Portraits of Goodnight Gravity

I shot some studio portraits with the members of a band called Goodnight Gravity and it was a really good time. I normally don't shoot band members in a studio and I most certainly never normally shoot artists with their instruments unless they…
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Homeless Man

In 2001 during my photography studies, I was working on my portfolio and I remember clearly wanting to photograph this man because of his unique features. He was a homeless man that walked by my fathers work every day completely drunk and saying…