An image of a student at the University of Cambridge. The subject is lit using only incidental lighting from the windows of this old library.
Here are three landscapes taken in 2017 with my Holga lens. The effects – both colour and vignetting – are created by the specially adapted plastic lens. It utilises a changeable filter turret, which can create a very atmospheric tone to the images. The settings include Granchester, Wandlebury and Cotton – all locations just outside … More Some Landscape Photography with Holga
Haunting soundscape of the Park Hill development in Sheffield when I visited in 2016. Park Hill is a wonderful example of Brutalist architecture that towers over the city. It was an incredibly atmosphieric experience to be within its giant concrete walls amidst the many magpies, which have taken roost – it seemed the only residence … More Park Hill, Sheffield Soundscape (2016)
A filmmaker is a storyteller who uses more than just words to form their narrative. They record images and edit sounds, creating meaning and evoking a response from their audience. In recent years a swell of filmmakers have been turning their hand to creating what are known as autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) films. Although … More Short Film: D.H Lawence’s Figs
These images were shot using a Canon 650D with a Holga lens attachment.
Female portrait shoot taken on July 7th 2017. Front and side profile. Captured using a Canon EOS 650D with Canon EF 50 f/1.8. ISO 400, f/4.5 at 1/160s and 1/200s. Black and white.