Since Sept. 1st I have been released from hospital. What should have been a routine one day situation on June 8th turned into a 80 day nightmare with eleven operations (9 fully under, 2 local in case you wanted to know) as the infection inside my foot proved to be much harder to control than
In November it will have been ten years ago that I took these. I was there with Capricorns, as they opened and Made Out Of Babies, who are Neurosis' label mates and performed in between them. Great show, the lighting made it near impossible to shoot images that were not blurred, then again that added
25 years ago while living in Milano I tested a lot of girls (ok some boys too....), and East West Models (an agency now only in Frankfurt, Germany) was one of the agencies I worked with besides Beatrice, Fashion, Ricardo Guy, WhyNot and Marcella Studio. Milano was a place to go and get a book together,
Almost taken a month ago, completely forgot about these. I wasn't going to shoot Die Die Die at all but thought what the heck, and I am glad I did as the b&w lighting (merely due to absence of a lighting guy for the first 20 odd mins) worked in my favor. The LED lighting
Shot a very long time ago, I think it was 1991, Chantal who was back then with De Boekers. Wearing Azzedine Alaia, and taken in the old city of Bergamo, Italy.
Shot near Morden. Published for Archant Magazines a few years back, got the cover too. Also added some outtakes. I remember we had to hide under the trees as we got caught out by a heavy shower. Styling: Jackie Beeke. Hair and make-up: Charlotte Fisher. Model: Kate Alexis.
It has been a few months since I have been posting here, and besides using my iPhone on Instagram it doesn't amount to much. In the mean time, time allowing, some changes to a new website and photographs will be done as well and especially the metal stuff, I have made a load of scans
While being on a quick break I had some time to catch up on a few movies, the new Scorcese film The Wolf Of Wall St which I loved, the pace, editing and above all the cinematography, it is just a feast for the eyes. Laughed out loud a few times and felt it really reminded
After I left military service (444 IBC) in August 1988 I stayed at my parents' house for a few months where I managed to get on their nerves and was more or less told to get my act together (read: get a job and move out :) ) so I started to become an apprentice
Last week went to Holland to see my mom and hang around for a few days, I was looking forward to it as I felt the need for a break from London. Besides chatting and hanging about I got up one morning early to see if I could shoot some interesting shots of the sunrise
I have just added Eyeem and Snapseed to my Iphone and they are some great photography apps. Eyem is a serious contender against Instagram, especially since it's T&C are a lot more friendlier than Instagrams' , especially after that revision a few months back. Snapseed is an app by Nik who make great filtering applications
I have just found out that Jeremy Ramsden has passed away after suffering a fatal stroke. Jeremy was a printer who I met at LTI in the late 90's and who did some of my folio and editorial prints before it all went digital. I saw him last in December at Labyrinth, his latest venture. His
HNY everyone, may 2013 bring you lots of prosperity and in good health! Took a few snaps with my IPhone while the missus and I are in Holland, the weather has been grey but largely dry. We took off one day to go to Gouda, a city I have traveled through many times but never
So I have managed to finally move servers and also re-do the website, I hope everyone is happy with the loading speeds and the gallery amendments.