I was honoured when Amy Langley asked if I would document the recording session for Sophie Ellis Bextor’s next album at RAK Studios in London. Never passing up an opportunity to photograph in such a prestigious venue, I obliged and attended the session, only to run into esteemed producer, Ed Harcourt, who was also in the studio working on the album as producer.Read More
I took a walk in the hills of Hakone with the Fujifilm X-Pro2 and shot some long exposure images of the beautiful waterfalls in the surrounding area - using the variable ND that creates a surreal colour cast, just on 1 small 'sweet spot' - I find the surreal, almost infra red look to these images to be quite mesmerising.Read More
Having spent 48 hours in Stockholm, we traveled to the coast of the Fjords by train, and then kayaked for 4 days. Staying on the many little islands in a tent, making meals on our camping stove and trying to avoid the infuriating mosquitoes....Read More
There are many races that hold huge symbolism for bikers, Moto GP, World Superbikes and the Isle of Man TT all have their adherents in the UK but the Le Mans 24 hours race is barely known. Considering the automobile race is such a mecca for car people it seems strange the biker fraternity have not embraced it ouside of France itself. Synonymous with big jags, and heroic deeds, every little boy grows up playing with the cars on arcade games. Even when you speak to people and say you’re going to Le mans for the 24 hour race they assume it’s cars.Read More
Hello Richard. I really love your work and although I know that good music is created by the guitarist and not the guitar, I'm curious about your choice of camera and lenses for your commercial work.Read More
Motorcycles evoke many things. Leather, oil and rebellion. Chrome, death and glory.
Tweed, moustache and a pipe? What these distinguished gents are proving is that you can be a dapper dan astride your iron horse.Read More