June 21, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Motivation The last few weeks I've really started to lack motivation, self esteem and passion for my work. To help regain this drive to produce art works I have been looking at books and watching a heck of a lot of 'Photographer of the Year ' on Sky Arts. You know what? It worked, to a certain extent. Today, I got off my backside, stopped feeling...
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From Routine to Poutine: My Canadian Adventure

May 16, 2017  •  1 Comment
From Routine to Poutine: My Canadian Adventure So you may be asking yourself; what the heck is Poutine?! Well let me tell you, it is the most delicious thing on the planet. Its pretty much the same as cheesy chips and gravy...but better. The hole in the wall type eatery 'Mean Poutine' in Vancouver served nothing but the best for our first try of t...
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Beautiful Couple Photoshoot on the Beach

April 18, 2017  •  1 Comment
Southport: the Beautiful, Forgotten Seaside Town So on Saturday morning my partner asked me if I would drop him and some friends off in Southport for a 'Zombie Night' (don't worry this post isn't about that), which I said yes to, because I'm nice like that. I had also just bought a lovely new (second hand) 35mm film camera from a charity shop fo...
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April 12, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Please enjoy the short spread I have put together for you to feast your eyes upon. Featuring photographs from my recent trip to Llangollen in North Wales and poems by various poets.
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Choosing and editing the best selection of photos: more than a snap decision

March 29, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
More Than a Snap Decision A lot of people think that wedding photography ends when the photographer leaves the venue. Surely its just a case of putting the photos on the computer then putting them on a usb for the customer right? I wouldn't blame you for thinking that way, but it doesn't mean you are right. There are a lot of hours, blood, sweat...
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