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 2009 Archive

2009 Cambridge Film Festival: final day

Posted in Commercial and PR at 09:08 on 29/09/2009

The final day of the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival was slightly quieter than the rest of the festival in terms of filmmakers arriving to present their films, but a suitably busy finale in terms of screenings and events. As always, the surprise movie was a big draw and this year it was a preview screening of Pixar movie Up.

Director Justin Molotnikov arrived to present Crying With Laughter:

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Film festival general manager Paula Beegan introducing the closing night film, The Cove:

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Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival, whether you came along to see films, brought your film to the festival, work for the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse or for the festival itself. It's been a great festival and I've enjoyed working with you all.

Until next year…

2009 Cambridge Film Festival: day ten

Posted in Commercial and PR at 09:29 on 27/09/2009

The penultimate day of the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival. Philippe Lioret arrived in Cambridge to present Welcome:

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Andrei Gruzsniczki discussed The Other Irene with the audience:

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Mark Boswell visited Cambridge to discuss Nova-Kino, along with writer Ken Hollings and programmer James Mackay:

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Gina Birch discusses her documentary about The Raincoats:

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Morris: A Life With Bells was brought to the festival by Lucy Akhurst and Charles Thomas Oldham:

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And, continuing the film festival's spy / film noir theme, here's Emily and Che:

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2009 Cambridge Film Festival: day nine in pictures

Posted in Commercial and PR at 10:43 on 26/09/2009

The 2009 Cambridge Film Festival is building up to its closing weekend, but the filmmakers keep on coming.

Director Uberto Pasolini presented Machan:

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Machinima returns to the Cambridge Film Festival with a programme presented by Hugh Hancock:

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Irene von Alberti brought Tangerine to the festival:

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Academic Andrew Webber introduces In Berlin:

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Richard & Tony Bracewell, the director and producer of Cuckoo, took questions after the world premier of their film:

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Meanwhile, festival director Tony Jones get into the spy-themed spirit of the festival:

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And festival volunteer Simon White proved that all of the driving he has to do during the festival has its upsides:

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Finally, if you get a chance to visit the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse bar between screenings, be sure to check out the posters provided by The Front Room:

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2009 Cambridge Film Festival exhibition at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

Posted in Commercial and PR at 10:02 on 25/09/2009

I should have blogged this sooner, but the Cambridge Film Festival are building an exhibition of the work I've been doing for them as the festival goes on. The corridor between the ushers' kiosk and the screens is lined with frames that are being filled with pictures from each day of the festival. It's been really hard picking out just one image from each day of the festival, but the feedback from festival attendees who haven't had a chance to see my work on the web has been great.

If you're going to a screening at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, check it out.

2009 Cambridge Film Festival: day eight, Peep show

Posted in Commercial and PR at 09:51 on 25/09/2009

Following on from the the big Michael Palin event at Ely Cathedral, the eighth day of the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival brought the crowds back to the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse for the Peep Show event, in association with BAFTA. David Mitchell and Robert Webb were joined by writers Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, previewing an episode from the new series of Peep Show, showing clips of their favourite moments and taking the audience's questions. The evening was compered by Andrew Newman, head of entertainment and comedy at Channel 4.

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As always, there's plenty going on throughout the day. DIrector Susannah Boehm took the audience's questions about Porgy and Me:

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Academic and Cambridge Film Trust trustee Isabelle McNeill interviewed director Monika Treut via Skype for the Ghosted Q&A:

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Finally, Picturehouse managers Martin & Matt took time out from their busy schedules to muck about on the roof of the cinema:

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