Mulletproof poet.

Posted by on Oct 8, 2015 in Blog | No Comments

As today is National Poetry Day, I’m just gonna leave this here… Last week I had the pleasure of photographing Andrew “Mulletproof Poet” Graves’ one man show, “God Save The Teen”, in Leicester’s pub theatre, Upstairs At The Western. I’ve photographed Andrew before, both onstage at the Y in Leicester, as part of Word! and ...

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From the archive: The best from the past.

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Blog | No Comments

Part one: the late Stan Tracey. I thought I’d lost this one; I had to search three separate external hard drives, and five Lightroom catalogues with over 100,000 images on them to find it. It is, simply, unrepeatable. I’d only vaguely heard of Stan Tracey when I was asked to photograph the Everybody’s Reading festival ...

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So, not just Winnipeg?

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in Blog | No Comments

The funniest man you’ve probably never heard of. He’s six foot two. He’s got a shaved head and little wire glasses. Apart from looking like a cross between Gandhi and the looming Seventies presence of a “skin’ead”, he’s also funny. Very, very funny. His name is Rob Gee. I’ve worked with Rob for a few ...

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Peter: is that enough?

Posted by on Jan 8, 2015 in Blog | No Comments

Year of the duck.  Not too long ago, a client of mine announced that he was tired of the fact that you couldn’t get a decent pizza in Loughborough… or anywhere else for that matter. What he meant by ‘decent’ was Neapolitan: Made with only authentic ingredients – Italian ingredients – by Italians, for Italians. ...

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