A many of you photographers know, we like to hide behind the lens and seldom take self portraits or selfies. As I’m always the one WITH the camera there are not many images of me in my collections. Here is one that I feel does show me well as an anonymous photographer on the streets.
Whilst in the city of Bath today this amazing young singer caught my eye and ears. She was belting out some amazing sounds that captivated and helped brush away the rainy day cobwebs.
A great opening night at the PhotoBath photography exhibition. The subject this year is Alternative Facts, with photography from a range of PhotoBath members in differing visions and styles. The exhibition is on for two weeks so if visiting Bath, then please pop-in for a look.
In issue 49 of Inspired Eye – The street photography magazine, we are pleased to be featured and interviewed as one of the photographers. Inspired Eye is an amazing magazine packed full of inspiring street photography from across the globe. I fully recommend this to any street photography enthusiasts out there.
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I kept seeing these amazing geometrical shaped flowers leaning over from my neighbours garden so finally grabbed my camera an old lens (pentacon 50/1.8) and shot this monochrome image.
Silhouetted benches in the early morning sun on the Bath train station platform heading to London.
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A woman engrossed on her mobile life as the world is reflected in calligraphy covered windows. Bristol, Upfest 2017.
Once a year all things go crazy on the streets of Bath as the fringe festival puts on the Bedlam fair. A showcase of strange and interesting shows and displays across the city.
This month Cold Type magazine has a feature and cover on me and my UK street photography in and around the city of Bath and Bristol.
Take a look here:
I saw this last week in Kings cross, London. A display of some of Magnums most iconic images arrange in a futuristic curved and well-lit Tube tunnel.
An exhibition at London’s Kings Cross of 70 pictorial and historical photographic icons, celebrating the diversity of the Magnum Photos agency and how its photographers have born witness to major events of the last 70 years.
The exhibition charts a potted history of Magnum, including early photography by Magnum’s founding fathers, the introduction of colour photographers such as Harry Gruyaert and Bruno Barbey, through to the contemporary practice of photographers working in a more art medium, such as Alec Soth and Alessandra Sanguinetti.
Presented in the 90m long pedestrian tunnel with Allies & Morrison-designed LED-integrated light wall, in collaboration with King’s Cross.