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Amputee Male Model – Jack Eyers

Last month I was commissioned by Barcroft Media to photograph and direct a piece about 26-year-old, Amputee Male Model – Jack Eyers from Bournemouth. Jack is also a personal trainer and ambassador for the charity, Models Of Diversity. Growing up Jack was diagnosed with proximal femoral focal deficiency (PFFD), a congenital condition which meant his right leg […]

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Why The Beatles’ unused ‘Abbey Road’ images mean more to me as a photographer than £180,000.

As seen in NME, The unused ‘Abbey Road’ images from the now iconic Beatles album cover shoot have sold for £180,000. These days with digital photography, tens, hundreds, even thousands of images can be made in a single shoot. Just six images were captured for the sleeve in 1969, five of the band on the […]

Working with Film

Recently I have started working with film more often and earlier this year I came across a camera that I had longed to own. A Rolleiflex 2.8 Planar. These cameras were favoured by the likes of Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Diane Arbus, Robert Capa, Bert Stern and Vivian Maier. One of my ‘heros’, David Bailey […]

Texture in Morocco – Film Photography

Earlier in the Summer I had the pleasure in visiting Morocco for two weeks staying in Marrakech at the beautiful Riad Ka within the Medina. I knew that I wanted to take pictures whilst in Morocco but also knew that I didn’t want to experience the whole trip through the lens of a dslr. With a dslr […]