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Some pix from last weekend in East Sussex when we went to friends down in Hastings , visited Seven Sisters' cliffs, Rye and Winchelsea. Weather forecast was supposedly dire, well it was anything but that. Windy and sunny and in the end we had a few drops, but nothing that spoiled the fun. Great times. Love

By |2016-08-29T10:01:54+00:00August 29th, 2016|Art, Landscape, Portraits, Travel|0 Comments

Sarah Giles

Both my desktop and laptop went belly up inside one week, it is not that the hardware fails which just happens, it's the files; the recovery and above all the mess that comes with it. Lord Wilson has been in touch, an ep is in the works and then he is about to go run

By |2015-10-23T07:21:09+00:00October 20th, 2015|Fashion, Film, Portraits|0 Comments

Cheryl Davey in Den-Bosch

In 1992 I spent a few months at Harry van der Brugghen's studio in Den-Bosch. I took this pic of Cheryl Davey using print film and having it processed as a slide instead. It was my first try doing this. I have to say this portrait is very much to my liking.

By |2015-08-14T19:03:33+00:00August 14th, 2015|Fashion, Portraits|0 Comments

Terry O’Neill

Just happen to read an interview about Terry O'Neill on the Treats Magazine website (I go there for the interviews honestly......) I like Terry's work, some fab images he has made that have stood the test of time, may he sell loads of prints! One part of the interview stood out, after which I could only

By |2015-02-12T16:12:25+00:00February 3rd, 2015|Fashion, Music, Personal, Portraits|0 Comments

Touring with Die! Die! Die!

The band is back in the EU and since I missed out on their massive Summer tour I wanted to hang out for a week and shoot some. They arrive late on a Sunday and therefore are forced to cancel their show in Manchester so their first show is at The Shacklewell Arms in London, a

By |2014-11-07T22:33:16+00:00November 4th, 2014|Music, Portraits, Travel|0 Comments

AnneMarie Prince

This is a polaroid transfer of AnneMarie Prince and was taken in 1993 in Den-Bosch. I cross processed the negative as a slide film (that is c41 film  developed as e6) and that gave it this large green tint. I shortly after found out which film to use and what filtering to counteract that. I

By |2016-04-14T08:36:23+00:00October 23rd, 2014|Art, Fashion, Personal, Portraits|0 Comments

Profile Models New Faces

Last Sunday I went back into the studio again, it had been just over 8 months. Managed to photograph three young girls from Profile Models. First one who popped round was Charlotte W., with her mom Sue. I must admit I felt a bit rusty at first but once I had things set up it

By |2018-11-27T22:22:30+00:00March 6th, 2014|Fashion, Personal, Portraits|0 Comments

Tanya Auclair

Tanya Auclair, the first time I saw her play was as support for Stateless at the Jazz Cafe. Thought she'd make good copy for Ponytail Magazine as I really liked what she did musically. The piece never got pubbed because the mag went belly up. Some portraits shot during and after the interview.

By |2013-07-19T21:41:56+00:00July 19th, 2013|Music, Portraits|0 Comments

Toni & Guy

Here are some shots I did for the Toni & Guy look book, supposedly coming out in Sept. Chanie Louise, Laura Andrea Kell, Lena Marie & Max, all at Profile Models. Since quitting Facebook I have started to read books more, I seem to have an appetite for the RFK and JFK assassinations, out of

By |2013-07-19T19:43:56+00:00July 18th, 2013|Fashion, Portraits|0 Comments

Jamie Dornan

So I have been watching The Fall the other day,just about to finish the last ep., and it has Gillian Anderson of X-Files fame in there having the lead role. Then there is Jamie Dornan the serial killer, and the name kept ringing a bell. But it was more his face, I don't really forget

By |2013-06-11T13:09:46+00:00June 11th, 2013|Fashion, Portraits|0 Comments

Paul Fusco

I don't really write, or comment about other photographers. In fashion i/e there are not many that I really admire, and the ones that I do have achieved granddad status :) or are not among us anymore. The ones that have been added on the so called BIG status these past two decades not one

By |2013-05-31T05:14:30+00:00May 30th, 2013|Fashion, Personal, Portraits, Street, Travel|0 Comments

May update

I have deleted my Facebook profile and also the Bartolomy page, I just grew tired of the whole FB thing, like MySpace it has had its best time. All the ads, and above all the pictures of people of showing their dinner/cats/back garden etc. Very tiring and very repetitive if you ask me. Time to move on.

By |2013-05-12T05:06:43+00:00May 10th, 2013|Fashion, Music, Portraits|0 Comments

Puerto de Mogan, Gran Canaria

A lot of the island of Gran Canaria along the coast is very built up, but the last village on the southern coast Puerto de Mogan has escaped, so far, the huge apartment complexes and the lit up boulevards rammed with  KFC and other related establishments that offer no real value. Puerto de Mogan is

By |2013-07-22T09:55:00+00:00January 14th, 2013|Portraits, Street, Travel|0 Comments

On tour with Die! Die! Die!

Joined Die! Die! Die! on four dates of their Harmony tour in Western Europe; after landing in Germany instead of Eindhoven due to heavy fog I had to grab a cab to Nijmegen to get to Utrecht where I hooked up with the band at DB's. This was also my first live show acquaintance with

By |2013-02-04T10:51:12+00:00November 29th, 2012|Music, Portraits, Travel|0 Comments

The Bench vs Bench

I was going through my Twitter feed and stumbled across something that caught my eye: Ukrainian photographer Eugene Kotenko spent four years documenting one bench outside his house. Thought that sounds similar to my project from 2005, and upon looking at it is VERY similar. The differences being the location (now that would be freaky) and

By |2012-12-23T08:43:07+00:00November 2nd, 2012|Portraits, Street|0 Comments

Zwarte Cross 2012

Had a fab time at Zwarte Cross 2012, went there on the Friday and Saturday. It started as a mudfest but the ground dried up over night and turned into a  dusty desert instead! Hell were excellent, it is great to see a band that dresses up and throws in a few show elements, amazing

By |2017-08-27T15:10:00+00:00July 26th, 2012|Music, Portraits|0 Comments

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