Amy with her support dog Stanley the black Labrador. You are not allowed to play with Stanley when he has his working dog jacket on. He's pretty proud in his little blue jacket.
My recent portrait of journalist and political satirist P. J. O'Rourke
Personal Trainer Cherry, photographed last month.
Plum Sykes pictured at her home in the Cotswolds.
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.
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.
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.
My portrait of Novelist and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz.
My portrait of the actor Alan Cummin. Photographed last month in Cheltenham.
Holly photographed at the Oasis Academy in Bristol. Part of a wider feature on artists in residence in UK schools.
My portrait of comedian, writer and actor Sara Pascoe.
I spent the day with the team at The Bristol Robotics Lab, photographing robots and the team for the Gatsby Foundation.
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.
A couple of portraits photographed last month that I'm really pleased with. This is Jo Hill, an actor from Bristol. Her agent got in touch asking me to create a set of interesting still imagery for her casting portfolio.
I've arrived a little late to the party, but I'm very much enjoying the TV show 'Peaky Blinders at the moment. It's very pretty with a fantastic script and cast. Benjamin Zephaniah appears in the show as the brilliantly named street preacher Jeremiah Jesus. Seeing Benjamin reminded me to dig this portrait out I shot of him for the Times a while back.
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.