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John Major denounces Brexit

Photographed Sir John Major at the Guildhall.

He went on to give a very eloquent and passionate criticism of Brexit. Shame he’s not still leading the Tory party.


A photographer’s lot

An odd experience of being auctioned for charity by Nick Bonham at the Guildhall before the great and good of the City’s PR practitioners.

After a bidding bout involving Sandra McLeod (Echo Research) and others my services were eventually won by John Lehal (Four Public Affairs).

My contribution helped raise £13,000 for charity. And sounds like an interesting job is on the cards with John later this year…

Women on the frontline


As women marched through London in to celebrate the centenary of getting the vote, other women were engaged in frontline policing action around the corner.

Free Tommy Robinson supporters clashed with Muslims demonstrating against Israel as they marched through Mayfair.

These guys were aggressive, angry and up for a fight. Women officers were prominent in keeping them apart from the Muslims.





Dropped my Fuji X100 on holiday. Roman cobblestones don’t have much give, so I’ll be reverting to 1950s technology for the duration.


The tide is high

A stroll along the Thames at Richmond during the recent lovely weather (now a distant memory).

piggy back-

Shot with a Fujica GL690 using Fuji Velvia 50 (slide film).

beer garden-).

Nina on the roof

Shot a few frames with German model Nina on a rooftop in Shoreditch.


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Mia on film

Mia Hasselblad-

A shoot with art student Mia Giacone.

Cameras used: Leica M3, Hasselblad 500cm and a Rolleiflex

Films used – Kodak Tri-X and Ilford Delta 400

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