Indecision! Having spent about 6 or 7 years undertaking the occasional photography project for a number of different charities and non-profits on a voluntary basis, it crossed my mind several times whether I should ‘brand’ myself. One thing that definitely is not on the agenda is to turn professional! There’s something about doing things voluntarily,… Read More »
There aren’t many positives to come out of the Coronavirus pandemic, and I have no data to back this up, but with less people out and about messing up and polluting the environment, it would make sense that Mother Nature has been able to take advantage. A simple way of observing whether there’s any truth… Read More »
I’m not too sure how this all came about, well I am really, but it’s the law of unintended consequences, if there is such a law. I can attribute photography to be one of the more innocent pastimes of my youth, which has now become an incredibly enjoyable ‘senior’ activity. I have vague, early recollections of… Read More »
For the past few years I’ve had the privilege of serving London Youth Rowing (LYR) as a volunteer photographer. Photography was in my background: rowing wasn’t. London Youth Rowing is a remarkable organisation that works to: Encourage disadvantaged young people to be active, and improve their physical, social and mental wellbeing Help develop crucial life skills, which… Read More »
The Emirates Crossing A full set of these images can be found here: London Collection
Just another Sunday morning on the streets of London. Click Read More to view.
A full set of these images can be found here: London Collection
This is the first of an assortment of images I’ve taken in and around London. A full set of these images can be found here: London Collection
These are some of my personal favourites, arranged in a slideshow. The location of where some of these photos were taken is obvious; others less so, but the full span is the UK, France, Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia, Madeira, Germany, Austria, Vietnam and the USA. Click the photo to go to the slideshow.
…not strictly true – the photos were taken over two days, a year apart! They were taken mainly around Boston Harbour, carefully avoiding the ‘Boston Tea Party’ exhibits – us Brits don’t like to talk about that too much! Both visits to Boston were business-related (a conference). This year’s conference was held at the Hyatt Boston Harbour… Read More »