Some weddings are so easy they are just a walk in the park. And some are so much fun they are a run in the park, hiding from police, avoiding rioters and waiting for tourists to move out of the way. Guess which this was? Yes, walks in the park canRead More
Here's one from a couple of weeks ago. An estate agency asked me to take some pictures of their properties in Docklands. They also wanted some iconic shots of well known building and features of the area. "Great - like the Millennium Dome," I said. "Err, you mean the O2?". Suddenly IRead More
As I say so often, it's all about light. I was up in London with my niece Ema to take her out for afternoon tea before she returns to New York (via, um, Cannes - yeah, she makes films...). We were pretty much killing time walking the back streets in theRead More
I love weddings in London churches. You have all the hassle of getting there and parking and never getting a clean shot of the outside of the church and all that. But then you go inside. And it looks like this. And you have such aRead More
You know what? I'm quite getting to like this "wedding photography without showing the wedding" style of blog posting. In the past couple of weeks I've had a number of weddings where for privacy or security reasons my clients have asked me not to post pictures of them to myRead More
My niece Ema is over for a couple of days. She lives in Japan and studies in New York and has been visiting the UK since she was a few months old. Amazingly she had never visited London. "What do you want to see in London?" Changing of the Guard. "OK....".