A couple of images from a recent shoot with Namrata Sarmah at Truphone. A link to the article is on this link The Guardian
Looking after someone with autism can present a parent or carer with a number of challenges. It can also put considerable strain on relationships and on siblings. Because autism is a spectrum disorder, people’s experiences vary enormously, but it’s generally harder … Continue reading
A quick interview I did with Ray Woolford at the Lewisham Food Bank in Deptford on Saturday. Ray and his team made me feel very welcome, thank you. If you would like to support the Food Bank please click on … Continue reading
A brief insight into Mark who a week after the main floods in Staines by the Thames is still stranded at his home. You can view the video on the Still Stranded
In February 2014 approx 1,700 homes in Datchet, Berkshire, were hit by power cuts after area is hit by severe flooding from the Thames. There were some 14 severe flood warnings in place between Datchet and Shepperton Green. I spent a few … Continue reading
Another find in my cabinet. A few years old, but I think it still looks pretty fresh. Probably down to the fantastic photography, ha ha!! Anyway I really enjoy shooting these prospectuses as they are pretty demanding, but there is … Continue reading
Just found this today tucked away in my filing cabinet. I have been lucky enough to work with Eaton House for a number of years and long may it continue.
How do we change a determinedly monolingual culture, in which people remain disinterested in other languages, as well as convinced that they’re punishingly hard to learn? For more info read the article in the Guardian
It is projected that nearly 40% of England’s population will be over 50 by 2029 but the majority will be active and able to cope independently. However, as these people age, they will become more dependent and need help from … Continue reading
A couple of snaps from a quick portrait session with Christine Parsloe who just won Public Servant of the Year for her work in bringing more sporting facilities into the community of Merton. First time I have ever seen beach … Continue reading
Spotted this on a corporate shoot in Woking today. Thought it looked rather cute.
A couple of images from a much bigger selection. Its not often the client breaks their leg just before the shoot and you are left to your own devices. Wishing them a speedy recovery and I hope I got what … Continue reading