Category Archive: Photography

Hammersmith Bridge Poems

I found out it’s National Poetry Day here in the UK today, so I thought I’d write some lines and share them with a few pictures I took last night (this morning) down… Continue reading

In Search of Maes Y Mynydd – August 2013

After three days of driving, hiking, camping and discovering some of the wonders of Wales, there was one last thing I wanted to find on my photography trip of ancient Celtic miscellanies: an… Continue reading

Notting Hill Carnival 2013, Part 2 – Into the Night…

The sun slips drunkenly behind whitewash buildings slowly turning grey. Sound-systems fade down for another year and cobbled streets become makeshift beds for the weary, cots for sick – those too lost in… Continue reading

Notting Hill Carnival 2013, Part 1 – Before Sunset…

The crowd, the noise, the heat, the vastness, the hustle, the bustle, the performers, the food, the beer, the rum, the punch, the dancers, the musicians, the parade and the streams of people… Continue reading

Notting Hill Carnival 2012 – Photo Collection

A collection of low-res photographs taken at last year’s Notting Hill Carnival, on the Monday of August 2012 Bank Holiday Weekend. Enjoy! All photographs available in various sizes, frames & mounts. Email for… Continue reading

B – Homeless & Alone in London, Part 2

The week after first speaking with B, I meet up with her to see how she’s getting on. We chat and I say I’ve written an article about her and that people have… Continue reading

B – On being homeless and alone in London

I meet B whilst walking with a friend in London one night. We stop and I ask if I can take a few pictures. She agrees and we chat to her for quite… Continue reading

BAR WARS 2013 – Battersea

Twelve different bar teams from South London took part and had a great time at the inaugural BAR WARS sports day and after-party, which took place in Battersea Park and The Lost Angel bar… Continue reading

A Farewell To Arms…

A farewell to arms… I went to Thatcher’s funeral to document a seething, rabid mob of protestors out for blood, out for justice, out to have their say… What I mostly saw were… Continue reading

Cardboard City – revisited 17/04/13

Of all the pictures I took today, this one means the most to me… Growing up in London as a young kid in the ’80s, I don’t remember much of the hardships under… Continue reading