Last month, it was a pleasure to shoot a portrait of Botanist and Author Leif Bersweden for a Countryfile magazine profile. Lief’s latest book sees him cycling around the UK exploring the quiet country lanes and hedgerow on the look out for exotic wildflowers and endangered plant life. Leif talked so enthusiastically about the the […]
RHS Branding project.
I’ve started working on a new project with the Royal Horticultural Society. Creating a collection of brand images for the society that reflects a more contemporary audience. Here are just a few images from this ever growing library. More to follow as the seasons unfold.
Portrait of Humanity 2021
This image of a cleaner taking a moment out to enjoy some early morning sunshine somewhere in Amsterdam; I’m honoured to say has made it into Volume 3 of Portrait of Humanity 2021. This annual weighty tome is a great collection of portraits is compiled by BJP 1854 and published by Hoxton mini press. […]
Barton & Tredworth Portrait Project
I’ve started a new project that is continuing the theme of community. Over the last few months I have started to document an area of Gloucester called Barton & Tredworth. Statistically it’s the most economically deprived district within the city. It’s also home to the cities largest multicultural population. With as many as 65 different […]
TRH Editions print sales
I’ve been eager for a while now to put some prints up for sale on the website. So, I have created TRH Editions a collection of prints taken from my archive. I plan on keeping the selection of prints in rotation so do keep popping back as you might see one that you just have […]
Growing community Project
A new ongoing project on community growers; from the home patch to the market garden. In 2020 the Pandemic made people think a little more about their immediate community and the local producers of food within their area. I’m working with a number of great initiatives. From offering an inner city community the space and […]
The Lion’s Den Garden Project
Continuing with my project of Community and Connection. I spent some time at The Lion’s Den Garden Project. This is a garden like no other and is the brain child of Kulchalee a motivational mentor and art tutor working in Gloucester. Built around the small perimeter of a youth club It serves as a playful […]
Cotswold market Garden
During Lockdown it was plain to see that many people were choosing to reconnect with nature. To embrace the more simplistic existence that the pandemic was imposing on society. As a photographic response I started to explore projects around the themes of connection and community. One area of exploration is the renewed interest in localised […]