25 March 15
I shot a special fold out cover for TPI at their awards show in London last month and now its out!
Make-up, concept and styling by the super Jess Auty. Model: Jake Chatterton - J'adore Models
Enter Shikari at Manchester Academy with Allusondrugs and Feed The Rhino
You can read a cool little interview with Nubi written for International Woman's Day on my buddy Georgia's blog HERE
Excited to announce that Peter Bailey Productions, London will now be representing me. I'm over the moon to be working with such a great team of enthusiastic people and proud to be part of such a fantastic roster of artists.
Stylist: Georgia Thursting
Model: Kirsty McQue
MUA: Jodie Johnston
Clothing thanks to Lexie Sport and Blue Rinse
Make-Up by Natalie Jade Borrows.
Thanks to Paul for being a good sport.
And thanks to Scott and Big Blue Whale for their fine studio.
Portia is wearing a House Of Sunny dress. Check out her blog and photography HERE
Some personal work from a slightly out of season trip to Alvor on the Portugese Algarve a while back, not sure why I've never posted these before, quite fond of them.
Seafret from press shoot at the end of last year for Columbia Records.
New web editorial collab styled by Nancy Kent see the whole spread HERE
Taken through a slightly grubby window of the Hawes Inn Hotel, South Queensferry on a very stormy Christmas Eve night. It's not perfect and I didn't have a tripod or anything but I like this one because of the two Swans you can see in the firth near the shore sheltering from the storm.
A small selection of images shot for my incredibly talented friend Lindsey who made the amazing trech coat featured. Check out more of Lindsey's stuff HERE. Wanted to shoot something dare I say 'arty' with a bit of a narrative rather than straight product shots. Thanks to Karen for modelling. Ciara Brew for Make-uping. And Paul for Pauling.
This is one of my favourite 'out-take' images ever so I thought I'd share it and the story behind it. It was a few years ago at the XFM studios in Manchester. The Manic Street Preachers were doing a live session and chat on Clint Boon's show. I don't really do getting starstruck but I was kind of nervous about meeting the Manics, they were my hero's when I was younger, stuff like The Holy Bible and Generation Terrorists had a massive influence on me growing up. Anyway they were polite and reserved and very business like about doing what must be the millionth photoshoot. I always enjoyed doing stuff for Clints show, he's a nice friendly chap, so he came in to have a chat and a picture too. As we were finishing his wife arrived with the baby, so excitedly Clint said 'Wanna have a photo with my baby Boon?' The band kind of mumbled and politely said 'no it's alright thanks' but before they knew it baby Boon was hurled (in a safe, loving way! This wasn't a Michael Jackson type incident) into their arms and they all burst out laughing. It was a really nice moment and I'm glad I got chance to capture it.