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

Cambridge Film Festival 2009: day two

Posted in Commercial and PR at 10:05 on 19/09/2009

With the opening day of the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival out of the way, it's on to the serious business of screening hundreds of groundbreaking films and inviting filmmakers to share their knowledge and opinions with the audience.

Director Phil Hawkins and lead actors Duncan Stuart and Jessica Blake arrived in Cambridge to promote The Butterfly Tattoo:

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Director Gareth Jones and creative producer Fiona Howe brought their film, Desire, to the Cambridge Film Festival:

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Can Go Through Skin was presented by director Esther Rots and composer Dan Geesin:

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Documentary Codename Melville was brought to Cambridge by director Olivier Bohler:

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Finally, continuing the festival team's spy team, we have Matt Waters and Sarah Feinberg:

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Cambridge Film Festival 2009: day one

Posted in Commercial and PR at 08:32 on 18/09/2009

The first day of the 2009 Cambridge Film Festival launched the festival in style with a wide range of events and filmmakers attending.

Festival director Tony Jones introduces the opening night gala screening of The Army of Crime:

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Director Robert Guediguian was on-hand to introduce the film and answer the audience's questions:

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Meanwhile, across the road from the Arts Picturehouse in Emmanuel College, director Thomas Hoegh arrived to introduce his five-screen installation piece, Identity of the Soul:

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The opening night drinks reception for the friends of the festival gave the day a celebratory atmosphere:

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The festival's spy film season lends the theme for this year's team photos. Here's Jonny Davey, the festival's Volunteer Coordinator (I'm assuming the title means that he's a coordinator of volunteers rather than someone who has volunteered to coordinate things), who has disguised himself with the contents of the lost property cupboard:

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Final, members of local filmmaking team Project Trident. If you're a Picturehouse regular, you might recognise them, but they normally look friendlier than this:

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The first Project Trident screening takes place tonight at 23:00.

Berkshire wedding photography: Caroline & Alisdair's wedding

Posted in Wedding Photography at 09:41 on 17/09/2009

Caroline & Alisdair got married in the village of Streatley in Berkshire before moving onto Caroline's family home for their wedding reception. Here's a selection of my favourite images from the day.

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Onto the church for the wedding in Streatley, Berkshire:

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Back to the house for the wedding reception:

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Berkshire wedding photographer: preview of Caroline & Alisdair's wedding

Posted in Wedding Photography at 11:30 on 16/09/2009

While most of my wedding photography work takes place in and around Cambridge, this year has seen me photographing weddings in all sorts of interesting new places. Caroline & Alisdair's brought me down to Berkshire to photograph their wedding. Their wedding ceremony took place in the village of Streatley in Berkshire and the wedding reception took place in a wonderful marquee at Caroline's family home.

Here's a quick preview of Caroline & Alisdair's Berkshire wedding photographs:

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Check back in a few days' time for more Berkshire wedding photographs.

Kate & Alex's blessing at Little St Mary's and Pembroke College in Cambridge

Posted in Wedding Photography at 08:15 on 11/09/2009

Kate & Alex held their wedding blessing at the delightful Little St Mary's church in Cambridge. Little St Mary's is one of my favourite churches in Cambridge, located right in the heart of town and opposite the wonderful Pembroke College. Kate & Alex combined their blessing with their daughter Francesca's Christening before heading over to Pembroke College for a drinks reception.

The blessing and Christening at Little St Mary's in Cambridge:

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The reception at Pembroke College in Cambridge:

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