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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September 2008 Archive

Sarah & David's wedding photos: Great St Mary's and Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge

Posted in Wedding Photography at 09:23 on 22/09/2008

Gonville & Caius College is one of my favourite Cambridge colleges, so it was a pleasure to return there for the second time this year for Sarah & David's wedding. It's always great to photograph weddings at venues that the bride and groom have a personal connection to and, since Sarah is a fellow of Gonville & Caius, you don't get a much closer connection than that.

Sarah & David's wedding was my first at Great St Mary's, the University of Cambridge's church. In some ways it is quite literally the centre of university life in that undergraduates have to live within a certain distance of Great St Mary's as one of the conditions of receiving their degree. In Sarah & David's case, it was just a short walk from Great St Mary's to Caius for their wedding reception.

Here's a selection of my favourite images from the day.

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Cambridge Film Festival photos: day three, Tilda Swinton

Posted in Commercial and PR at 16:37 on 21/09/2008

Tilda Swinton is one of the 2008 Cambridge Film Festival's star guests, introducing the UK premiere of her new film Julia and appearing in most of the films that comprise the Derek Jarman: Remembered season.

The usual pressures of time at the film festival meant that all of my plans to photograph Tilda had to be scrapped at the last minute so, once again, improvisation rode to the rescue...

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Cambridge Film Festival photos: day two

Posted in Commercial and PR at 11:00 on 20/09/2008

Friday was a busy day at the 2008 Cambridge Film Festival, with lots of guests arriving to present their films.

Actor Aidan Kelly arrives to answer questions about his starring role in Eden:

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Director Dominique de Rivaz presented Life for Sale:

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Actor David Shaw stars in Dressing Granite:

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Carl Davis, whose score accompanied the UK premiere of The Understudy yesterday, will be hosting a masterclass today:

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Hey Negrita played a live set in Screen 1 after a screening of the documentary We Dreamed America:

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Arts Picturehouse manager Keith:

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Cambridge Film Festival photos: day one

Posted in Commercial and PR at 09:56 on 19/09/2008

Although the Cambridge Film Festival was launched at the end of last week with riverside screenings and 2001: A Space Odyssey at the Institute of Astronomy, yesterday marked the start of the main festival programme.

Festival director Tony Jones introducing the opening night gala, Walter Salles' Linha De Passe:

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Producer Richard Batty talks about making short films in the bar:

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Festival & Arts Picturehouse staff Alex, Lucy & Tony:

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The opening night party:

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Lynette & Paul's engagement portrait in Cambridge

Posted in Portrait Photography at 22:03 on 17/09/2008

Lynette & Paul are getting married in Hertfordshire but travelled up to Cambridge for their engagement portrait session last week. Lynette is a friend of Helen's, so Helen is going to be joining me at their wedding and brought her own ideas (and tilt-shift lens...) to the portrait session.

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