Immersing in Photography
Photography is so yesterday
I covered a roof top party for Mode Transport Planning at their head offices in Birmingham during the Summer and towards the end of the night, my wife Lisa discovered these cool stairs. This week I hand delivered a framed print for them and was proud to hang it on the wall in their office.
I've managed to raise £1500 for a photographic project around my home town, involving 60 local business owners. The project is to create environmental portraits of each self employed business owner.
I'm running a niche workshop on Monday evening, creating low light urban photographs.
The documentary styled short I've been working on for Diabetes UK is finished and we're awaiting news of a release date. I'm looking forwards to sharing this with you, it's been one of my favourite assignments this year.
I can't forget graduating from university as a mature student this year. Studying photography has been a long old slog in the establishments. I've loved every minute of it, even the minutes I wasn't that tickled about.
I've enjoyed getting creative with my camera, learning to create photographs out of the ordinary that make me feel good about them. Most of the time, just for the hell of it.
I'm working on getting some of my best work printed and made available in my online shop.