What started as a simple day booked out to photograph several people in the city, turned out to be more of a quest. Jewish Renaissance magazine wanted to go all out and celebrate 250 years of Brighton & Hove Jewish heritage… and they did. JR mag editor Rebecca Taylor with
Waking up to coffee And so there I was, 9am on a Saturday morning in Seven Dials Brighton. Honestly I could have done with a lie in. I had an intensive but inspiring photographic week, I was tired. But I had booked a home barista session for my avid coffee loving husband at Smallbatch, possibly
Creating Product Photography My first ever launch into product photography was back in my twenties. It seemed very bland and unexciting to me. At the time photographing stereo equipment or the latest bathroom furniture for some corporate firm, didn’t give me the buzz that photographing a live person would give me. Products lacked soul, they seemed very uninteresting.
Brooklyn Bitch catches my eye Four years ago I was cajoled by my youngest towards a Yorkie with clips in her hair. We were by the Brooklyn bridge. I knelt on the ground whilst my daughter cooed and gently touched the little dog. The viewpoint struck me and I started snapping.
No ordinary Sunday morning No this Sunday was different, I was about to receive a beautiful mother into my studio. I had prepared a black backdropped space and tested out some dramatic lighting before I buzzed her in. What was initially meant to be an outdoorsy family shoot, was swapped for a
A recent 40th event I photographed lead me to doing some 1-2-1 mentoring. The client was very keen to brush up on his photography skills, as he had bought a brand new camera, but became a bit overwhelmed by all the gizmos. Years back I used to facilitate photography workshops when I was based
Perhaps you’ve already got a dog and sitting down, reading this with some canine panting in the background and occasional nudge for a nice old scratch. Or perhaps you’re reading this and like me have no dog, but a penchant for canine cuddles.Whatever it is, I’m just glad you’re here.
Here comes the bride I do thrive on event photography, but what remains to be the most classic of all events is certainly the wedding. So much excitement is held over this incredible day to ensure that the desired effect is created. Most of the attention of course goes to the
Photography on the go I’ve been travelling a lot over the last year, often using the best and worst of Britain’s rail service. My luggage contains my on-the-go studio and office, and I’ve even been experimenting with various bags to see what works best. After all, I want my back