When Night Falls - Evening Workshop in London

In the last few months, I have spent some time photographing in London, and often did so after dark. London gives us countless opportunities to photograph street life, architecture, grand views and people. That is especially so after dark, when the lights come on, and the familiar views change, creating new and exciting opportunities to make interesting photographs.

I will be running a brand-new evening workshop in London for Light & Land on 11 December 2019. Join me if you would like to get started or want to delve deeper into low-light and night photography!

For more information and to book your place, head over to the Light & Land website.

VISION 9 AT OXO

The Vision 9 exhibition at gallery@oxo was a wonderful event, which showcased a tremendous variety of work by leading outdoor photographers. I was privileged to have been invited to the exhibition. Here is a video about it:

URBAN ABSTRACTS

My fascination with urban photography generally, and London in particular, seems to be growing. Perhaps the fact that I no longer commute to London every day for work has something to do with it. It has become more enjoyable, I love looking around, something that got lost in the daily drudgery in years gone by.

ALL CHANGE, ALL CHANGE!

A reasonably pleasing image here and there could not hide the fact that I have been incredibly frustrated those last few months with my photography. So what better way to get out of the rut than to try something completely new? Inspiration came from Steve Gosling, whose workshops I used to attend regularly, many years ago. Olympus lent the camera and Steve set the task - shooting urban scenes in London. I expected nothing, and perhaps that was the key. It allowed me to look around with fresh eyes, explore and play. 3 hours - and that was all that was needed to invigorate my mind, to re-ignite the passion.