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Bank of New York Mellon ‘Impact’ evening

A short break from wedding photography here with some shots of the entertainers at a recent Bank of New York Mellon event. This was for the launch of ‘Impact’ a multicultural group within the bank that focuses on staff from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. The evening started with a Chinese lion dance. The […]

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Portraits for the University of Brighton

A quick break from wedding photography, these are a couple of examples of recent photographic commissions for the University of Brighton. The first was a portrait of Lord Nicholas Stern, former Chief Economist of The World Bank and head of the team that produced The Stern Review Report on the Economics of Climate Change. My […]

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New prospectus photographs for City College, Brighton.

I’ve worked on various commissions for City College in Brighton over the last three years, providing photography for poster campaigns and various promotional materials. Last week I spent two days taking photos for the new 2009-10 prospectus. In previous years I’ve spent quite a bit of my time at the college taking photos of students […]

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Gurkhas restore Sussex footbridge

The Gurkhas moved into West Sussex last week to begin the restoration of the North Stoke footbridge. The bridge was badly damaged last year by a falling oak tree, resulting in the closure of the footpath. The path runs over the old course of the River Arun, between North and South Stoke. After being contacted […]

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Press photography for World Kidney Day

I was working as the official photographer for World Kidney Day in Westminster on Thursday. This is an annual event, celebrated in 88 countries, to raise awareness of the importance of healthy kidneys and involves people with kidney disease, family, friends and healthcare professionals. The day started with a ‘mini march’ over Westminster Bridge by […]

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