Posted: Saturday, April 5th, 2014
Every 12 or 18 months or so I put together a mailout to send to some clients both current and (hopefully) future. This year's was designed by Stanley James Press (SJP), who created a booklet to showcase 10 projects I've recently shot.
Posted: Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
In May last year, Jim was commissioned to photograph Clerkenwell Design Week again, which is always good fun. Often he gets asked to photograph projects and designer's work that isn't formally on the brief but is a part of the festival, and this year he was asked to head to Zaha Hadid's new Design Gallery to get some shots of the interior.
Posted: Monday, October 28th, 2013
Earlier this month, I was very pleased to find out I'd been shortlisted for the Architectural Photographer of the Year Award by ARCAID. Specifically, I was shortlisted in the 'Buildings in Use' category, which I was especially pleased about because it's documenting how the buildings are being used that gets me most excited.
My work was exhibited, alongside the other shortlisted folk, in Singapore during WAF and will go on show in London early next year as well.
Big thanks to Andrew T Cross of An Architecture for commissioning me to photograph his Shangri La structures at Glastonbury Festival this year and providing me with the stage for the winning photo!
Posted: Monday, September 23rd, 2013
Gibraltar has been in the news a fair bit over the last few months, and back in May Jim was invited out there to photograph the stunning Mount Barbary property for the Morgan Carn Partnership.
Morgan Carn are a design orientated architectural practice based in Brighton. They work with a diverse series of projects, aiming to create beautiful places to live and work in. The house at Mount Barbary was certainly no exception; Jim spent a good few days photographing the large private residence which is perched on the rocks, overlooking the bay, and offering spectacular views of the water.
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Posted: Saturday, September 21st, 2013
It seems like forever ago that the whole country was gripped with Olympics Fever. Even the least patriotic sorts eventually ended up shouting at the TV, jumping about cheering as the UK ran, jumped, swam, rode and cycled its way to 65 glorious medals. On a 'night off', Jim made his way up to the Olympic Park to see some of the Paralympic Games, and took a few photographs.
Now that the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) have lifted their ban on showing images of the Park, Jim's free to give those of you that weren't lucky enough to see if first hand a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the Park...
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