Architectural Photography Mentorship
Posted: Sunday, January 27th, 2019
In April 2019 I am opening a 12 month architectural photography mentorship program. The mentorship will provide one participant with a year of experience and feedback aimed at improving their architectural photography, film making and knowledge of the industry.
The Chapel at MIT by Eero Saarinen
Posted: Saturday, June 4th, 2016
Earlier this month I went over to Boston, Massachusetts to scout some locations for an upcoming shoot. Whenever I have to go abroad for things like this, I like to try to put aside a day and arrange in advance to visit and photograph a work of architecture, just for fun (well, it's fun to me). Boston has an embarrassment of great architecture, but I decided to go and visit Eero Saarinen's chapel at MIT. I was not disappointed.
Posted: Wednesday, August 26th, 2015
I was born in 1981, when The Jam were at their peak. They broke up in 1982, so obviously I don't remember them at the time, but their impact was huge. So many of the bands I was getting in to in my teens were very very obviously influenced by Weller's lyrics and the band's sound, and songs like 'That's Entertainment', 'Start' and 'Going Underground' were mainstays in Brighton's indie discos.
So when Anthony Burrill called to see if I'd be up for doing stills and video of Somerset House's new exhibition on The Jam he'd been working on with Simon Jones Studio and Teo Connor, my response was of course a cool and collected "I'll check my calendar" and definitely not a shouted "HELL YES!!!"
Scroll on for more stills and video from The Jam: About The Young Idea...