April

April so far.... Switzerland, the most beautiful country, almost too perfect, also some school advertsiing.

A photograph from part of a campaign from a school. Photographed on the Fujifilm GFX 50S with Profoto B2s.

DOCUMENTARY UPDATE: I have begun to explore the idea of photographing the state of the NHS without actually going into a hospital.

"1000 Years of Human Life" ... just an idea for what I could call a project about drug rationing in the NHS. There must be an accumulative number of the number of years of human life that are not being lived because of drug rationing and shortages. Today in The Times a collection of drug companies have said they will leave the UK if there is not an additional £20 billion added to the NHS budget.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/drug-giants-threaten-to-quit-britain-amid-demand-for-20bn-a-year-extra-spending-on-nhs-nkdtm0vw0

March

Spitfires and motorbikes.. two of my favourite machines. More advertising with schools, some corporate video work, fireworks at a private party, some soldiers, then a flight off to the Netherlands for some commercial work out there. Finishing with a green screen job at an event in Newcastle. Busy month.

A portrait of Tom Ward, a Motorbike Racer.  Shot during filming of an advert for Tom and Aero Legends. With MPP. Video link: To Be Added.

February

An adventure to Sri Lanka, Abu Dhabi and Oman for two weeks with three different clients at British Schools abrord.

The best swimmer at a school in Sri Lanka, who is a national competitor. The light in that country is stunning.

January

Back to freelancing after Christmas. Commercial event work.

Live events are always fun to shoot... this one was particularly mad though! With the boss singing Madness on a rock and roll stage.

A decisive moment.

It's a new year...

Moving into the new year now. I have this new web-site... a good way to mentally structure the division between Commercial and Documentary work. It is clear to me that I need to focus more on the Documentary Photography in 2017 than I have done since leaving Uni in 2014. Over the last two years I have managed to establish enough commercial clients to survive in London and the right kind of work to travel lots too. In 2016 I was fortunate enough to be asked to photograph in 11 different countries commercially.

At the end of this year I want to have begun a major project revisiting healthcare in the UK.