Many Thanks to the ever supportive John-Paul Pryor for this fantastic interview.
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It came as a very welcome change in my day-to-day that Martin called to ask if I was available to shoot some photo’s for this gig.
It was a delight as always to see some familiar faces and I think watching, listening, photographing and trying not to get distracted to the point of dancing will always make me smile.
I hope you enjoy looking at some of these as much as I enjoyed taking them,
Love to all x.
Having pretty much finished off the website updates that I’ve been working on for the last few weeks I was reminded of this project myself and John Rivett embarked upon back in the summer of 2010 – I don’t think I ever published the full collection of images taken that day so thought I would take the opportunity now.
If you would like to read more about this project please click here to read the interview from Dazed Digital.
This project was, is and always will be dedicated to the MRS who sadly passed the same summer.
As you probably know already my image of Lupen Crook came runner up in the portraiture category of this years NME Music Photography Awards.
If you are in the area please pop in and take a peek, it’s free entry from 6th-11th Jan 2012 and there are some truly brilliant shots in there.
Many Thanks to all who voted
Just a few snaps from the last of three gigs The Rifles played at The Boogaloo this festive season. To license/purchase these or any other images please visit
or email me direct. Many Thanks to the band and venue x.
Wilderness Festival was undoubtedly one of my own personal highlights of the ‘summer’ well done to the Secret Garden party crew who clearly know what they’re doing and created yet another unique, enjoyable and thoroughly eclectic Festival.
There’s a mix of photos in here, some live, some documentary but hopefully the atmosphere and ethos of this wonderful weekend will come across.
Can’t wait for next year! x