Its the 50th anniversary of the luna landings, and there has been allot of media attention directed towards NASA’s achievement. My children and I have been fortunate enough to have a fairly decent home telescope to play with in the back garden, and over the last few years we have managed to capture some amazing shots of the moon. 

But last night, we managed to capture this shot of Jupiter and some of its moons. 

This image was taken with my canon 5DSR, handheld, looking through the view finder of the telescope. 

I wonder if, through technological advances, the ability to easily view the middle reaches of our solar system will have some sort of effect on how we see ourselves within the universe? and possibly give us a sense of our fragility and loneliness and the importance of looking after the miraculous planet we live on. 

Designs of the year 2017

Designs of the year award exhibition

Designs of the year award exhibition

Designs of the year award exhibition

Designs of the year award exhibition

Earlier this week I was commissioned to photograph the Beazley Designs of the year award exhibition at the Design Museum. 

The show features work such as the Pussy Hat, Refugee national flag and the Nike Pro Hijab. 

Carmody Groarke architects design the exhibition, and created a cave like environment using pulped newspaper. 

Autumn 2017

Early in September I visited the new hotel by Another Place, at Ullswater in the Lake District. I will post a page of shots from the shoot over the next few months, but in the meantime I want to share this image of the beautiful  twisting road leading to Howtown. I love the shapes that are made by the combination of man made structures and the landscape combined. 

Aberrant Light

We all like to capture the world around us in unique and intriguing ways. Showing otherwise mundane and normal views, and capturing them in a way which gives a new sense of atmosphere and feeling. The twilight view, where low light plays tricks on the eye and mind. Its never the same.
This is a series of vignettes, looking through a wooden box, with only the sun and a pinhole to project the scene on to the paper. The cold and steely print might might seem like an image of mid winter. Whereas many of these were taken in stark sun.
These images were taken on hand cut paper neg, developed in chemical trays under the stairs.
The combination of long exposure, paper neg, and a lack of lens sharpness helps give a natural grounded image.  

pinhole project

Tate Modern, Switch House by Herzog De Mueron

Switch House

Hong Kong



East London

The Lawn, Harlow

Hong Kong

Henry Moore

This is an ongoing series experimenting with pinhole photography. 

Using traditional photographic methods to shoot contemporary subject matter and making images of modern architecture and cityscapes using the most basic of photographic techniques.  

Using Format