Gallery romping

I had to go up to town earlier this week so I took the opportunity to look in a few galleries; Photographer’s Gallery – but by the time I got there I’d just missed the the last show until March by 12 hours Beetles & Huxley for Joel Sternfield GX Gallery for Nicolas Laborie’s collodian […]

Well, I’d never be a tailor with stitching like that

Back of Tate St Ives building site

I know my eyes were weary yesterday after a Thursday starting at 05:30 in St Ives and finishing at 05:30 in Ipswich on Friday but what poor stitching in that 10 minutes after sunrise image! I noticed it only when I zoomed to full screen much later on. I had half expected some issues especially […]

Wheel of Fortune

The weather this morning was ideal for large format work but other issues prevented me from taking advantage of the light almost non-existent wind. I tried just before sunset but one of the new locations was due East of the setting sun so not really an option. At a loss as to what to do […]

July 15th – strange day

Yesterday I travelled up to London to deliver my Taylor Wessing 2013 National Portrait Prize entries alongside Keith Locke ( , a consummate professional when it comes to photography. We had eagerly awaited the delivery of our entries for weeks now. However, the day dawned with the release of results from the university and all was […]

Klein & Moriyama Tate Modern

Looking to make the best of today following  an overnighter in London for the UK Agile Awards Dinner 2012  I decided to pay a visit to Tate Modern and find out what all the fuss was about with this new exhibition. I was not disappointed. The entrance fee of £14 (£12 concessions) was worth every […]