I photographed the BTS filming of Julius Caesar a couple of months back and it was high time I posted something here. This was an interesting shoot not least because I had to be completely silent during the filming of the play. I used a mirrorless camera to avoid shutter noise, namely the Fuji X-T2 which I hired for the job. A fantastic camera, really impressed, so much so that I'm gonna to have to get one soon. Not yet time to replace my DSLRs though... for one the battery life is awful. But what really grabbed me was the image quality especially in low light. Really not far off even the best DSLRs.
Time Out launches it's summer of film screenings on a boat on the Thames. Jaws was the opening night's movie. Good film, and a beautiful evening for it.
A couple of months back I shot this feature for the big issue on homeless street art. Following that a couple of weeks ago John Bird and a vendor outside parliament for the Queen's Speech. Love working for these guys.
The last few months front covers of the GIST magazine, showcasing the fantastic Michael Ampadu winner of the GSTT awards. Also featured are the lovely Bianca and India who work with All Star Trainers, which is part of the Lewisham Nexus providing opportunities for people with learning disabilities to be employed and paid.
I've recently been published in Wanderlust Hiking on Legendary Trails book. A few years back I took at trip to Norway with my old uni pal and intrepid explorer Jolyon Braime to hike the pilgrim's trail from Oslo to Trondheim. The lazy bastard that I am I only did half the trip but still managed 200 miles over the course of 2 weeks. Out there we also picked up a brave young American by the name of Dave Briceland who somehow managed the whole trip without a tent (he's the dude with the poncho over his head, his only defense against the elements).
Really nice to see the images printed to such a high standard, and next to so many other great hiking trails.