A day out photographing two young chaps on the Dorset Coast, learning to coastal forage with Scouting Magazine.
Portraits of Sarah, photographed recently for a feature in an April edition of Grazia Magazine.
An interesting morning spent photographing Grant Harold former butler and member of the Royal Household of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales based at Highgrove House.
I'm very fond of this portrait taken towards the end of last year. It was actually shot during a break between other setups and ended up being my favourite photograph.
My portrait of the best selling author LJ Ross. Pictured at her immaculately tidy writing desk at home in Bath.
I've driven past the imposing steel works at Port Talbot hundreds of times whilst wondering exactly what goes on inside the post apocalyptic structures visible from the M4 motorway. I was lucky enough to photograph a job for the Welsh Government that took me inside the Hot Strip Mill, this is the part of the steel works where a 23cm thick slab of molten steel is transformed into sheets 2.5cm thick.
The steelworks is one of the most incredible places I've ever visited. It felt like an alien world, something out of the Ridley Scott movies. Scorching heat, plumes of steam and molten metal. A truly unusual place to photograph.
I photographed the Italian road bike frame builer Marco Bertoletti for Cyclist Magazine in Bristol last month.
The bespoke bike frame Marco is using as a prop in these images is an 'IL 58' model. Built using 'grade 9 titanium frame'. I'm not entirely sure what that means, but at the best part of £6000 I presume it's a very capable bike in the right hands.
Marco spoke no English and I speak no Italian, I've become very adept at communicating directions through gesticulation, although it's highly likely I appear somewhat manic to the subject.
My portrait of Novelist and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz.
My portrait of the actor Alan Cummin. Photographed last month in Cheltenham.
My portrait of the English novelist and screenwriter Ian McEwan, photographed last month.
This is the very striking Ellie from Cardiff. Photographed for a feature on long term health issues.
Whilst shooting some commercial photography at a skate park in the South West I bumped into Max skating another section of the park. The early evening light was streaming through the large church-like windows encasing the skate park and asking Max to sit for a portrait was too hard to resist.
I spent a morning in Bristol photographing a young military service member who suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The commission required anonymous portraits of the soldier to accompany a piece in the Times looking at the failure of support for military personnel battling mental health issues.
Working as a photographer can often be a wonderful enabler. Some photo shoots allow you access to things you wouldn't otherwise get to see and to meet fascinating people you would never have crossed paths with. A recent interesting commission came by the way of English Heritage, spending the day at Charles Darwin's home Down House last month, photographing their head gardener Rowan Blaik about the house and grounds.
A few faces photographed on the streets of West London. An enjoyable street portraiture commission from Wardour Comms.
A recent portrait of eighteen year old Anthony Jones photographed in June in Caerphilly for Specsavers magazine.
In October 2015 after an anomaly picked up by an initial appointment with his optician, Anthony was diagnosed with a Brain tumor, which had been placing pressure on his optical nerve.
Anthony underwent a successful surgery to remove the tumor and is now focused on returning to his life where he's training as a pastry chef.
I spent an afternoon last week shooting portraits with Neil Chadwick, co-founder of the Cornish clothing company Seasalt last week. It was a beautiful day to be on the South West coast, the shoot took place at the flagship store in Falmouth. Neil's very cute dog Pepe the CockaPoo naturally featured heavily.
Whilst chatting to Neil he very casually mentioned that he'd once been photographed by the great Peruvian fashion photographer Mario Testino. Coincidentally this happened to me on a shoot the week before when I asked the subject whether they'd been photographed before, 'Oh a guy called Martin Parr took my portrait recently' came the reply. Nothing like knowing your photography idols have been here before to sharpen the focus.
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