Archive for January, 2011

Cycling Photoshoot

A few days ago I posted about a test shoot in preparation for the main photoshoot in the Brecon Beacons. I have always wanted to do a cycling photoshoot, because, as a keen cyclist I wanted to create work with the bike and cyclist in the landscape.

Well, I am glad to say that it was very successful – photograph wise, but we did have trouble with the cyclists bike! Watch the video to find out!

The weather was perfect and I captured the shots I had pre-visualized plus some extras due to a mechanical with the bike. We finished the day by heading up into the nearby moorland to photograph the sunset.

Hope you like it.





Some quick preliminary test shots before tomorrows’ cycle shoot up in the Brecon Beacons. Its always a good idea to do a thorough check through all your gear and have it packed and ready before the big day. Nothing worse than arriving at a shoot and finding that you forgot your spare batteries because they are still charging in the charger!

Detail on saddle

GIANT Logo on frame

GBABG – Short flight to Shobdon and back!

Short video I made while flying with my dad and girlfriend! My dad pilots a Piper Cherokee from Bristol Flying Centre.

Movie making is not my strong point but I do like making them when I have a bit of spare time on my hands.

Hope you like it!


She’s With Me Always!

A passport photograph given to me when we first got together and it still lives in my wallet attached to a card she wrote to me. My wallet travels everywhere with me…..and so does she!

I love her very much.

Kt in my hand!


Birthday Portraiture!

Recently did a portraiture session with a family which commissioned me to create for the daughters birthday. Fun was had by all and the results I think are great.

Comments welcome.

Trapper Hat



Frame Tree

Over the Christmas period I was asked to photograph an installation made by The Framing Workshop which was displayed in the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath.

Here is my surreal final image. I used HDR. This is 3 images with +/- 2 stops, created in Photoshop CS4 and Photomatix Pro.


Frame Tree