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July 10, 2014 / / Music

My old-school school-friend Nina Klose was in London and came to Cambridge for a short visit before heading back to London to photograph a concert the same evening where her sister-in-law Mia Klose was playing.…

July 9, 2014 / / Cambridge

This past weekend we had our fourth postdoc photo workshop, the theme was levitation. The idea is that we use either precisely timed jumping shots, or composite images, to make it look like our subject is flying.…

July 8, 2014 / / Cambridge

Tour de France came to Cambridge yesterday, which drew a lot of people and caused the university to close down. So at lunch time I took my camera and went out to photograph. On the…

July 7, 2014 / / Cambridge

I am no viper, yet I feed On mother’s flesh which did me breed. I sought a husband, in which labour I found that kindness in a father: He’s father, son, and husband mild; I…

June 28, 2014 / / Cambridge

The term has ended and the students are leaving Cambridge for the summer. After the last Street Ballet session Joanna Vymeris and I decided to do one more photo shoot before she went on holiday. This…

June 24, 2014 / / Cambridge

I woke up at 6 o’clock in the morning, looked out and saw mist outside my window. Normally I would not pay much attention to it, but this time, for some reason, I thought it…

June 22, 2014 / / Cambridge

Today the Clare College Music Society performed the opera Livietta and Tracollo in their college chapel. I was there yesterday photographing their dress rehearsal. This play was originally performed during the intervals of an evening’s main opera…

June 21, 2014 / / Cambridge

Last week the Saturnalia show performed in Peterhouse’s Deer Park. I was there to photograph this interactive theatre performance on Monday evening. Those of you who have been following this blog might remember my post about the…

June 19, 2014 / / Cambridge

While most colleges hold May Balls, the King’s College instead hosts a June Event. The event takes place in the same week, but differs from the other parties in that the dress code is less formal. Most…

June 17, 2014 / / Cambridge

This past Saturday was the CUMS May Week Concert in King’s College Chapel with Ben Glassberg and Stephen Cleobury conducting. Before lunch the orchestra had its rehearsal and I was there to photograph. It was…