The Urban Art Fair in Brixton with the guys from Tinspiration

July 09, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Today I went to the Urban Art Fair in Brixton to see the guys at Tinspiration showing their fantastic photos for sale. Tony and James have been working on this project for years and it was great to see some of the work printed and framed. Whilst there I couldn't resist taking some detail shots of Tony's amazing Beetle.
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A visit to the re-opened Hasting Pier

May 13, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
A few shots from a trip down to Hastings where the pier has been rebuilt and re-opened to the public. There's more stuff to be added apparently, but I quite like the emptiness of the second half.
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Scanning 127 film using a Lumix LX7 compact camera and some Lego

November 07, 2015  •  3 Comments
I recently shot a roll of B&W 127 film in the lovely Kodak Brownie Fiesta that my friend Pip bought me for my birthday. It looks brand new and I think I may have well been the first person to use it despite it being made in the 1960s. Rather than send the film away to be developed and scanned I had the chance to see it being developed as my friend...
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The Royal Gunpowder Mills, Waltham Abbey

August 03, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I was very lucky to be invited to The Royal Gunpowder Mills by Sarah Deane so that I could both see her new exhibition " Powder " and have a good look around. It's a fascinating place and I highly recommend you visit if you can, especially as it might not be open for too much longer due to redevelopment. Sarah's exhibition is well worth seeing - th...
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Margate, Dreamland, Broadstairs and Sunshine!!

July 11, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I had a fabulous day out yesterday with the best friend anyone could ever wish for. We ate pizza at the fabulous Great British Pizza restaurant, saw the wonderful Grayson Perry exhibition at the Turner, had a paddle in the sea, had a quick look at Dreamland and then finished the day with a Morelli's ice cream in Broadstairs. A fine day! Here's a fe...
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