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Street Style Photoshoot - Veenus London Music (II)
21st September 2017


Another shot from my street style photoshoot with the songwriting duo Veenus London Music.

One of my favourite things about doing photoshoots, is that moment when the clients, who are initially nervous/self conscience, start to gain your trust and relax into the shoot. It is the job of the photographer, to put them at ease, so that they become themselves and their personalities & chemistry comes through. I usually know that I'm doing a good job when they almost forget that I'm even there!

If you are interested in a private 'street style' photoshoot for yourself, band or business, please get in touch with me.
Street Style Photoshoot - Veenus London Music (I)
21st September 2017


One of my favourite images from a recent photoshoot I did with the songwriting duo Veenus London Music. My brief was simply to capture their vibe in a urban street style. No fancy lights, reflectors or gimmicks. Just working with natural light, as I would do anyway, and a decent fixed lens is all I really need!

If you are interested in a private ;street style' photoshoot for yourself, band or business, please get in touch with me.
Seen in Soho, London 18/09/17
18th September 2017

Seen in Soho, London 18/09/17
Londnr magazine Interview - Photographer in Residence
08th September 2017


Check out an interview I did recently with Londnr Magazine, to coincide with my concurrent 3 month 'Photographer in Residence' feature on their Instagram & Facebook social media pages.
Soho, London - Give me shelter
22nd August 2017

Soho, London

Most people know that I don't mind if it rains when I am out taking photos - i have a gallery dedicated to the cause! Instead of moaning (too much!) about our great British weather and being negative, I channel that energy into a positive, creative one and make the most of the situation. When its sunny I can get my light chaser shots, and when its rainy, I get my umbrella & moody light shots!

When I'm hosting guests on workshops or photo walks around London, I have to keep in mind that not all people will want to embrace walking in wet weather to get those moody, cool, rainy day shots like I do. However, when they see my enthusiasm and I point out photo moments to them, I see the positive change and the rain doesn't seem so wet!

I encourage workshop guests to experiment with subject matter, composition and be creative with the people and urban environment around them. Its that breakthrough from them seeing the world through 'tourist eyes' and taking holiday snaps, to them seeing the world through the eyes of street photographer, that is why I love what I do!