Recently I was commissioned by a magazine for an event on Hastings pier, while I was there I couldn’t help but take a few personal photos.
Nestled on the Brighton/Hove border is a coffee shop with a whole lot of atmosphere. Since shooting for them it has fast become my preferred working spot with great coffee/food and perfect music for concentration.
Superfood Bakery are a company after my own heart – time saving mixes for energy boosting snacks full of goodness.
I shot some lifestyle images for them as well as some simple shots for their packaging. See how it turned out on their website.
All shots are styled by food and still life stylist Antonia McKenzie.
In the second part of a bulk of photography I did for Brighton based ceramics artist, Silvia K, I shot some portraits of Silvia in her studio. I absolutely feel at home shooting creative people and their creative process and I’ve very much enjoyed seeing how Silvia used the images for her site.
I was commissioned to create some images of a Brighton home to be listed on Air BNB. When trying to attract to someone to your home, it really is the little details that can sell.
The Parson’s Table is a restaurant that recently launched in Arundel. They asked me for some simple, clean shots for their holding page and launch. It was an absolute pleasure to work with Lee and Liz and I know the restaurant will be a huge success as the food is incredible and their passion insatiable.
I’ve had blissful week off to enjoy autumn, my favourite season, and allow myself to be inspired by the world around me. I took my Fuji XT1 to Camber with me – I’m really starting to feel comfortable with the camera now after a few months of not being sure it as the one for me.
It’s always a great honour when another photographer contacts you wanting to hire your services! Mi is a successful photographer and runs a video and photography business True North Vision as well as teaching workshops on vlogging, The Vlog Acadamy.
We shot a series of portraits in her home and work space.
Ali embarked on a whole year of No Meet No Treat – she wouldn’t buy any clothes from anyone she hadn’t met. No mean feat and she was so inspired she launched her own clothing range alongside her rather amazing silk scarves under the Age of Reason brand.