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New HQ, Yorkshire Air Ambulance

Any Yorkshire man or woman worth their salt will know two things: how to mix batter to make one of the most delicious and mandatory accompaniments to the perfect Sunday dinner and secondly who Yorkshire Air Ambulance (YAA) are. If you aren’t from Yorkshire, then you should start your research on flat caps, whippets and […]

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Freelance life Photography

3 tips to get more out of your point and shoot camera

About six months ago I was asked to give a presentation on photography at an organisation I was working for at the time. As luck would have it, I’d taken part in some rigorous workshops on giving effective presentations so was all set to test my new skills in how to address an audience and […]

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Refugee Week drama workshop at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The 14th-20th June 2010 is Refugee Week and I was proud to be part of the activities at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, exploring the experiences and raising awareness of asylum seekers in the UK. I was drafted in to provide event photography support for an all-day drama workshop hosted by Ice & Fire, a theatre company […]

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Tread Softly at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Crawling on all fours through thick undergrowth to photograph a family of clay hedgehogs and then being chased by a giant snake? All in a day’s work at the ‘Tread Softly Tracks and Traces’ event at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The brief was to capture engaging photographs of young aspiring artists enjoying a day in the […]

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Degree show at Manchester Metropolitan University

Documenting the art, textiles and sculpture of twenty seven final year Embroidery students was never going to be an easy task. But twenty-one hours later I’d  photographed of over eighty different pieces of art during a ruthlessly demanding time scale. Working fastidiously in a make-shift studio with three high-powered flash units, we had a conveyor […]