One of my good friends pointed out to me recently that I was always going to be busy… at first I cringed and sighed a little but then took this as a sign to focus on becoming more productive. I’m sure any “creative type” or freelancer can relate to the need for a continuous cycle of goals, tasks and and self motivation!
Here’s to my first post after a shocking 6 month gap and towards efforts in not getting bogged down with rubbish and just cracking on!
Big thanks to Hayley Bishop for being a don with the hair & to Louise Jones_http://louisejonesbeauty.com for doing the make up.
Always nice to hear another soft spoken Northern accent, here’s Miss Jasmin and her lofty barnet!
I also got to work with motion for the first time on this shoot and film some behind the scenes footage, I’m always hungry to learn but this defiantly made me hungrier than usual and eager to get more experimental.
It’s been a busy January and strong start to February with an outstanding lack of blogging but I’m happy to say I’ve been shooting plenty of new work as well as working on a host of new skills and lots of different subject matter, just the way I like it! Here’s a peak at what I’ve been up to.
If you know me then you know I’m mad about Kettle bells so I had a quality afternoon spent shooting strength and rehab specialist Mr Rob Blair for Kettle Fever’s 2nd Issue of their Strength Matters Newsletter.
I also recently covered their SFG candidates training day down at The Commando Temple gym in Deptford, here’s a link for more shots and info.
A few portraits I managed to squeeze in between changes, one of my favourite things about photography that I seem to forget regularly is that it constantly surprises me. I’m either learning something new about what I love to do or learn a little more about myself every time I shoot.
These stills have been laying dormant on my computer for far too long!
I was lucky enough to shoot stills for the Fake Blood - All In The Blink music video late last year, actually love shooting behind the scenes, find them some of the most interesting shots but then again I am a huge fan of incidentals : )