December 2013 update: I'm no longer working as a photographer

In 2009, I launched a company that makes business software for photographers, and now that company is so successful that I've regretfully had to put my photography business on hold indefinitely. You can find out more about this change on my blog.

If you're looking for a photographer, I'm still in touch with many amazing photographers and would be delighted to recommend them to you if you contact me.

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July 2007 Archive

Lorna & Stephen's wedding at Trinity College, Cambridge

Posted in Wedding Photography at 08:02 on 29/07/2007

Lorna & Stephen married each other at Trinity College, one of Cambridge's most spectacular colleges. Unfortunately, the part of Neville's Court underneath the Wren Library - one of my favourite spots in the whole of Cambridge - is closed at the moment for maintenance work, but with a college like Trinity you're still spoiled for spectacular and atmospheric architecture.

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Caroline & Dean's wedding at Swynford Paddocks, Newmarket, Suffolk

Posted in Wedding Photography at 16:18 on 20/07/2007

Caroline & Dean got married at Swynford Paddocks in Newmarket, following their civil ceremony with a wedding blessing in the grounds of the paddocks.

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Gemma & Suranga's wedding - my first Sri Lankan wedding

Posted in Wedding Photography at 08:31 on 19/07/2007

Helen and I photographed our first Sri Lankan wedding last weekend, and a spectacular wedding it was, too. The first ceremony took place in King's College chapel, followed by a poruwa ceremony in the main hall.

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Ninth day of the Cambridge Film Festival

Posted in Commercial and PR at 23:43 on 13/07/2007

Today is the ninth day of the Cambridge Film Festival and the last day that I'm going to be covering.

Today's highlights included director Sarah Turner, introducing her film Ecology. Ecology is split into several parts that are intended to be screened in any order, so the world premiere of the film was screened in one order today and will be shown in a different, randomly-selected order on Sunday. Sarah was kind enough to indulge me when I said I wanted to make a picture that reflected this:

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The Killing of John Lennon was presented by its director, Andrew Piddington:

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Here's Andrew being interviewed by Festival Daily editor David Perilli on the roof of the Picturehouse:

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Corporate and PR photography at the Cambridge Film Festival

Posted in Commercial and PR at 00:42 on 13/07/2007

We're almost at the end of the 27th Cambridge Film Festival, but there's lots of interesting films left and filmmakers visiting to present their films.

The Cambridge Film Festival is one of my major corporate and PR photography clients in Cambridge. Working at the festival's professional photographer has been a great experience, so please take a look at the commercial photography section of my site if you would like to find out more about my work.

Director Martha Fiennes, cinematographer George Tiffin and actor Ben Chaplin were promoting Chromophobia:

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Composer Neil Brand soundtracked South and The Freshman:

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Director Nino Leitner presented his documentary about CCTV in Britain, Every Step You Take:

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Director Birgit Möller was here to promote her film Valerie, part of the German Cinema strand:

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