Archive for ‘Photos’

January 16, 2012

Freshly Pressed!!

One of the reasons I’ve been so quiet recently on this blog is the start of a second blog: 366 days of photos.
If you haven’t seen it already, please, please take a look here¬†as it’s just been featured on FRESHLY PRESSED!! (The first post, with a the flower)

Not that I’m excited at all…enjoy!

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January 9, 2012

Larder on Goosegate restaurant & food photography – New website

Hello 2012!

Last year I did quite abit of work for the Larder on Goosegate¬†restaurant¬†in Nottingham. I’m glad to announce their new website – featuring all my photography has now launched – yaaay! Have a look here:¬†http://www.thelarderongoosegate.co.uk/

October 29, 2011

Food Photography: The Larder on Goosegate.

After photographing The Larder on Goosegate recently, they asked me back to photograph some dishes to add to their new upcoming website. They prepared some beautiful dishes – making it very hard to photograph and not eat! Their new website should be up and running in a few weeks time, so for now here’s a quick peek at a few of the photos from the day…

October 10, 2011

Restaurant Photography: The Larder on Goosegate, Nottingham

Last week I had great fun photographing a restaurant in Nottingham – ‘The Larder on Goosegate’. The restaurant is a gorgeous Grade II listed Victorian building that was once home to the small herbalist‚Äôs shop that became pharmaceutical giant Boots. The restaurant is filled with brilliant textures, colours and oozed character making it an absolute delight to photograph. I wanted to capture the buildings period features along with its effortless quirkiness and elegance – this meant climbing on ladders to get up high enough to incorporate the fantastic lighting fixtures too! I hope to be revisiting the restaurant¬†very soon for a hearty meal but in the meantime, here is a small selection of the photographs taken by myself on the day, these and more will be displayed very soon on their website…watch this space!
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August 16, 2011

Print Store

Tonight I have launched my new print store, I have prints – photographs & illustrations available to buy. All the prints would make great gifts and I’ll be adding more in the coming few weeks. Welcome to my store!¬†

August 10, 2011

New watch, Old map

July 6, 2011

Just a quiet night in with Woody…

Soooo it’s Wednesday evening, I got bored and somehow this happened….

June 24, 2011

Canvas has arrived!

Just a quick update: The canvas for Kiren¬†& Aj arrived today, very pleased with it. I had it printed with Point 101, first time I’ve ever used them – really great service, I’ll definitely be using them again. But from receiving¬†this canvas I think it’s worth going for the upgraded¬†‘laminated’ canvas – I will next time! Wedding photography Canvas

June 19, 2011

Engagement Photos – Wollaton Hall, Nottingham with Kiren & AJ.

Engagement and Wedding PhotographyThis weekend I had the absolute pleasure of photographing Kiren & AJ for a canvas they wanted to display at their wedding in August. We decided to take the photos at Wollaton Park in Nottingham and make the most of the great weather we’d been having. However five minutes before I went to leave for Wollaton the rain came! Thankfully it was a passing shower and we had a decent amount of blue sky and sun for the rest of the day. Both Kiren & AJ were brilliant in front of the camera – which made my job even more enjoyable! I got some really great photos of them both, they chose the tree shot for their canvas, which after their wedding will be hung in their house.

Congrats Kiren & AJ and all the best for the wedding!
Here’s a few of my favourites from the day…..
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May 26, 2011

Nothing quite says ‘I Love You’ Like Scrabble.

For Christmas, I made my little sister a picture (of sorts) using scrabble tiles of our nicknames for one another. My sister, Emma being ‘Titch’ and myself being ‘Bear’. I really like the final piece, so I decided to branch out and create some more of these little scrabble pictures. To begin with I have just started with the phrase ‘I Love You’. Soon I will be adding more designs to the collection and hopefully someday, someone will like one enough to buy one.¬†The pictures are handmade to order using original scrabble tiles sourced from various vintage stores. The message is ¬†displayed inside your choice of black or white square box frame. (By the way – I LOVE box frames).

I’m also offering a personalised service as well, to make pieces¬†with special messages on – like the one that started everything off.¬†I’m really keen to know what other messages you might like to see – I already have a few in mind. Please peruse at leisure my online store, which for now is based at folksy.co.uk

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