Photograph of the year, 2014 – part 1: I’m Back. I’ve been busy.

Posted by on Dec 12, 2014 in Blog | No Comments
It’s been a busy year.
Since leaving Next in May to return to freelancing, I’ve been working non-stop. 
This isn’t supposed to happen in a recession, but I am not complaining.
Much of my work has been in the property and construction sectors (when I say I only photograph “People, Products and Places” then these two sectors effectively cross-over between products and places); so much so, in fact, that I’ve had an easy job of picking favourite people shots from this year – there simply haven’t been loads to choose from, but there have been some that would have stood out for me even in a busy ‘people’ year.
Obviously, that means there are going to be a lot of ‘places’ and ‘products’ to this selection, but I hope I can surprise you. It’s not all bricks and mortar (or concrete, steel and glass).
So, over the next few posts, I’m going to look at some of these photographs – how they came about, what they mean to me, and give thanks to some of the people in industry who’ve allowed me to make these images – and then pick a winner.

Join in. Agree. Disagree. Take a bow. Tell a friend. 

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