Category Archives: People


Anyone who lives in Lewes will have had the Viva Lewes! magazine through their letter box. It’s a fantastic local publication and one of my favourite parts is the “Where we Work” feature, where four local professionals are pictured in their place of work (the clue is in the name, huh?) by a local photographer. 

Well for April’s magazine, that photographer was yours truly and the professionals are Children’s Authors. Who knew that there was such a proliferation of creative talent in this small town? 

This was a fantastic piece of work to be involved in. The project gave me the opportunity to meet with some wonderfully talented people, find out about their work and their history (I’m nosey, what can I say?) and get a little creative myself. Here are a selection of the photos we took during the project. 

The featured authors are:

Matt Carr, Leigh Hodgkinson, Miriam Moss and Will Mabbitt


For anyone interested in the geeky aspects of this, the camera used was a Fuji X-t2 with 16-56 2.8 WR lens. The strobe for Matt and Will’s photos was a Godox 860ii, with Magmod modifiers for Matt’s portrait and a Saberstrip for Will’s. For the photos of Leigh and Miriam, I used a Godox AD200 with the Westcott Orb softbox.

Lesley and Theresa

I was honoured, earlier in August, to have been asked to photograph the civil ceremony between Lesley and Theresa. It was a lovely day, despite a quite notable hiccup, but all worked out in the end. Here are a small selection of the photos from the day.


Der Wunderlich Revue

Der Wunderlich Revue strutted their funky stuff at the Proud Brighton Ballroom on the 17th May 2012.

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Warning: The images in this gallery contain nudity and may not be suitable for under 18s or for viewing on workplace computers.

Team Mud at Der Wunderlich Revue

November 30th Pensions Strike


On November 30th 2011, around 2 million public sector workers came out on strike to protest at the Government’s proposals to increase pension contributions, delay retirement age to 68 and pay less pension at the end of it. That all seems fair and proper, right? No, not to me either.

Guilfest 2011

I had the opportunity to photograph Guilfest again this year. Some great current and new talent on show with a few blasts from the past there as well.

Friday 15th July – Adam Ant, Ambassadors of Morocco, Black Lands, Claire Nicholson, Echo and the Bunnymen, Lawson, Little Fish, Macavity’s Cat, Paradise Point, Roger Daltrey, Sam Beeton, The Outcast Band, The Popes, The Rhizomes, The Rifles, The Stanley Blacks, Weyward Chile

Saturday 16th July – Alice Gold, Bez, Kate Rushby, NDubz, Noisettes, Peter Andre, Razorlight, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, The Farm, Yasmin

Sunday 17th July – Bez, Chipmonk, Erasure, Hugh Cornwell, James Blunt, Joana and the Wolf, Public Image Limited, Simon Friend, The Zone, Vintage Trouble, Ziggy Marley