Two Photographers ... Two Countries

New exhibition: Two Photographers … Two Countries

Finally, my great friend, fellow photographer and co-conspirator, Emma Jones and I have finally hung our exhibition titled “Two Photographers … Two Countries”.  The exhibition opens on Tuesday 29th November 2016 at “Pasta n’ Goulash”, 51 Red Lion Street, London WC1R 4PF, which is an amazing pop-up bar and restaurant created by our good friends […]

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London Photo Festival - May 2016

Exhibiting at the London Photo Festival 18th-21st May 2016

Today, I spent a very enjoyable evening at the Private View of the May 2016 London Photo Festival where I am exhibiting the three images shown above.  As always there was are wide variety of interpretations of this festival’s theme ‘The four elements: Earth, Water, Air and Fire’ from the 63 exhibiting photographers from all over the world […]

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London Chinese New Year Celebrations

Today, the annual celebration of the Chinese New Year took place in London’s Chinatown and nearby Trafalgar Square. It has growth to be the largest celebration outside of Asia. In the unexpected morning sunshine, the parade was headed up by the Money God and a traditional dancing dragon as it made its way from Trafalgar […]

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Looking forward to tomorrow’s London New Year’s Day Parade

The University of Texas Longhorn Alumni Band, The Lake Highland Wildcat Wranglers dance troupe and James Bowie High School Marching Band have have been invited to head the annual London New Year’s Day Parade. All three groups are from the Lone Star State in the USA. Earlier this week, on Tuesday lunchtime, these three groups […]

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More Street Art in London

There has been plenty of Street Art in London over the last few years … Elephants, Eggs, playable Pianos, Gorillas, Book Benches, London Buses and now Paddington Bears. These bears are actually quite small and not as easy to spot as some of the other sculptures. Along with one of my London Photography friends, Emma […]

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A study of “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red”

Since I first discovered the Tower poppies on 3rd August, I have been photographing on a regular basis, at different times of day and weather. The story behind them is fascinating and very inspirational. In celebration of the 100 years since the start of World War I, ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage […]

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Dragon Boat Racing in London’s Eastend

At the end of August on a sunny summer’s day, I headed down to the Royal Albert Dock in London’s Eastend for the British Dragon Boat Racing Association (BDA) National League. The London regatta was the penultimate meeting of the 2014 season with the final regatta being the two-day National Cup in mid September. I […]

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