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October 19, 2014 / / Cambridge

Today I photographed the “Boring Prince Bertie of Belgium and the Attempted Wedding of 1850” by Marcus Martin. It ended up being two sessions, first a set of promotional shots for the show, then I…

October 19, 2014 / / Cambridge

We just had our fifth postdoc photo workshop. The theme this time was night photography and the idea was that we would do long exposures and then use flashes to freeze the scene and create a ghostly…

October 15, 2014 / / Cambridge
October 14, 2014 / / Cambridge

In this blog post I bring you another theatre play. Hannah Calascione asked if I wanted to photograph the dress rehearsal of All My Sons by Arthur Miller, to which, as you might gather by…

October 12, 2014 / / Cambridge

It was a while since I did a ballet shoot, so yesterday I met up with Naomi Stewart, Philippa Carr and Leora Amy Taratula-Lyons from the committee of the Cambridge University Ballet Society. We were photographing at…

October 10, 2014 / / Cambridge

My brother and his family were visiting Cambridge this past week. It was the first time my nieces had flown in an airplane, and they were bubbling with stories and impressions when they arrived on Friday evening.…

October 8, 2014 / / Cambridge

This evening I shot a few promotional photos for Bafflesmash. After accidentally going to Peterhouse instead of Pembroke I found my way to the old Pembroke Library located next to the college’s main entrance. It was an…

October 7, 2014 / / Cambridge

One of the things that I always keep an eye out for are reflections. They can be in windows, mirrors or puddles. This time I had the opportunity to work with another kind of mirroring. I…

September 30, 2014 / / Photography

The Lake District is considered by many to be one of the most scenic places in England with its mountains, valleys and lakes. There are even a few who have written some poetry inspired by it,…

September 15, 2014 / / Photography

Yesterday we went to Hampton Court Palace. I can recommend a trip there if you want to see how Henry VIII lived. It takes about two hours from Cambridge to get there. You can do…