Category Archives: people

In praise of Love.

Two different photographs taken in Briancon in the last few weeks inspired by eros!

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Looking in, looking out.

The Inuit village of Thassilaq, Eastern Greenland.  When we were here last july, the villagers were having a confirmation ceremony.  They were preparing a feast to celebrate and one of the delicacies on the menu was polar bear! See the … Continue reading

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Rush hour.

I just developed a roll of Black and white film that I shot on the street in Dublin city center a few weeks ago. Grafton Street in the sales. Moving and Still. See it for yourself in October with me, … Continue reading

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Dublin.

Another shot of the wooden bridge in Clontarf.  If your interested in joining me and a small group of like minded enthusiastic people in Dublin in October (19th to 22nd) you can see the full details of the itinerary here … Continue reading

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Marking time.

This is a project I have just completed for a module on my BA (Hons) in photography with the OCA.   Its a narrative piece and if you want to read about the process involved with making it see here.

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Use your friends.

Eye contact. The band on tour.  Greenland 2011. If your nervous of taking candid photographs of people in the street you can start with photographing people you know.  You can ask them to pose or you can photograph them when … Continue reading

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sshh, it’s a secret…..

One of the things I love doing with photographs is suggesting a narrative in an image.  I like the way it encourages us as viewers to put our own interpretation on an image or images, to fill in the blanks. … Continue reading

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