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Umbra Sumus – Posters and a Pop Up Gallery

March 30, 2014


Re-writing my artists statement for my East End project (Umbra Sumus), has prompted me to think again about how I might present the work. My thoughts to date have centred on high quality gallery prints of the image text panels. However, having re-positioned my work to be an exploration of the ephemeral nature of immigration in […]

‘Commercial’ or rather ‘Charity’ portraiture

November 24, 2013


Lately I have been asked by many friends to ‘do’ some portraits for them. I always look upon these situations as an opportunity to practice my skills as a portrait photographer. Although I have to admit it has become pretty time consuming lately. I have decided to post a couple of photographs to this blog […]

Photographic Charity Work…

January 30, 2013


I’ve been helping out a local company. They wanted some portraits of their staff for their website. I spent a little time with them on three separate occasions. The idea was that I would make their portraits (good practice for me) and they would make a donation to my Rotary charity if they liked the […]

Voluntary ‘Event’ Photography

October 11, 2012


From time to time I do what might be called ‘commercial’ photography. In fact it is anything but commercial as I volunteer to capture photographs at local events. Much of this is linked to my membership of our local Rotary Club. It is largely event work although I have occasionally done some portraiture. It is […]