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MARK TWAIN

Daniel Herskedal – The Mistral Noir

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This is a short post about a music video I put together for jazz artist Daniel Herskedal. Jump to the bottom to watch the film or continue reading for a little more information about the process. Daniel Herskedal is one of the very talented jazz artists on the British jazz record label Edition Records. He’s a virtuosic tuba player heralding from Norway, known for pushing the boundaries of...

Presence Conference Photography

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With Easter coming up I got thinking back to this time last year, when I spent a week in Frankfurt photographing a student conference. Here’s a few images and a little about the conference photography… Presence 2017 was a student conference held in Germany, near Frankfurt. I was invited by the hosts – IFES – to capture the event, as well as to gather a folio of student...

The time I photographed Ellie Goulding at Abbey Road Studios

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A year ago I had the pleasure of photographing a charity event at the world famous Abbey Road Studios in London. The event, hosted by the charity Hope and Homes for Children, was for their End The Silence campaign, and was a great way of raising the profile of the charity and their cause, whilst also getting some well-to-do celebs to part with some of their cash! On the red carpet The first part...

Winter Poems

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It may not be winter anymore, but after the #BeastFromTheEast arrived last week I had the perfect opportunity to test out a bit of new video kit for my iPhone. So here it is. Winter Poems is a very short video showing London in wintery conditions, with excerpts taken from a few beautiful, wintery poems. I hope you like it – there’s more about the process and the poetry below the video...

Light Painting a Telecaster

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At the heart of it, light painting is a pretty basic photographic technique: find yourself a dark room, set your camera up on a tripod on a long exposure (10 or 20 seconds should do it) and wave a light source near the object you want to shoot. Repeat. There’s something beautiful about the organic nature of shooting like this. Indeed, it would be impossible to get two identical results — which is...

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