Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Amalfi Coast, Italy

The small town of Atrani, just around the corner from Amalfi
Amalfi from the see
An Amalfi resident fishes on the side of the main beach
Rooftops of Amalfi
The island of Capri
The Emperor's steps - Villa Jovis
The garden in Villa San Michele
A small shrine to Mary
Looking down on the Capri coastline
Capri from the sea
The garden of Villa Cimbrone in Ravello
Drinks in Ravello
The main beach in Amalfi
Locals playing cards in the evening
Sunbathers on the beach in Positano
The harbour dog, Positano
Gnocchi alla Sorrentina, taking inspiration from the many restaurants
A typical Amalfi street
Olga in Atrani
The beach in Atrani 
An Amalfi resident
Hand made paper drying in Museo della Carta
Traffic on the only road linking the towns of the Amalfi Coast
Amalfi from the sea
The main beach, Amalfi

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Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Sarah Baskcomb from Crew Clothing talks about working with me

In this video Sarah Baskcomb from Crew Clothing talks about what it is like to work with me. We've collaborated many times now to create images that promote Crew's brand message and illustrate the way it supports fascinating people and organisations. 

Huge thanks to John Macedo for filming and producing the video:

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Crew Clothing in Coast Magazine

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Monday, 14 October 2013

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Brits Abroad is featured on It's Nice That

It's Nice That features the Brits Abroad project

The awesome It's Nice That blog today features my Brits Abroad project. It is a real honour to be on their website alongside all the fantastic and inspiring art that they showcase. Go take a look at the article here: It's Nice That

You can find out more about the project here:


Monday, 7 October 2013

Sol Campbell

Sol Campbell - footballer and coach

A short while back I had the pleasure of meeting ex-England footballer Sol Campbell and photographing him in his garden for a few minutes. He is a completely lovely man, full of passion and drive. Having now retired from playing as a professional he is retraining as a coach and helping the young footballers of the future reach their full potential.

Sol Campbell - footballer and coach