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 2010 Archive

Workshop at the Soho Apple Store in New York City

Posted in Seminars at 10:31 on 28/09/2010

Following on from the talk I gave at Apple's flagship store in the UK, I've been invited to speak at Apple's amazing store in Soho, New York on Friday 29 October. Timed to tie in with the enormous PhotoPlus Expo that's taking place at the same time, I'll be talking about running a photography business on a Mac. The start time hasn't been confirmed yet, but it should be either half seven or eight PM.

If anyone's got any questions about what I'll be discussing, please get in touch.

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CFF2010 draws to a close

Posted in Commercial and PR at 10:16 on 28/09/2010

The 30th Cambridge Film Festival drew to a close this weekend, so here's a quick round-up of the filmmakers and events that took place during the last four days of this year's festival.

Director Ron Peck:

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Documentary maker Michael Eaton:

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French filmmaker Cesar Ducasse:

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The always awesome members of Project Trident:

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Foli Gnouma playing in the Arts Picturehouse bar as part of the African film strand:

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Simon Hipkins and Ariadna Fatjo-Vilas presented documentary Promise & Unrest:

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Filmmaker Daniel Fawcett & actor Vito Maraula discussing their work together as part of the Microcinema strand:

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Trish Sheil of the Cambridge Film Consortium and Festival Daily editor David Perilli present prizes to this year's student critics:

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Producer Anna Higgs discussing The People vs George Lucas:

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Festival manager Iris Ordonez introducing the closing night film, Made In Dagenham with producer Stephen Woolley:

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And, finally, some of the amazing volunteers and staff who make the Cambridge Film Festival such a great event to work on:

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Eastnor Castle weddings

Posted in Wedding Photography at 13:53 on 25/09/2010

Eastnor Castle was the venue for Cynthia & John's spectacular wedding in Herefordshire. This was my first wedding in Herefordshire, and Eastnor Castle didn't disappoint - it's a stunning castle. Cynthia & John took a great venue and made the most of it with both their decorations and their entertainment, putting on both a firework display and a Chinese opera in the evening.

Here's a selection of my favourite photos from Cynthia & John's wedding at Eastnor Castle.

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Cynthia getting ready in one part of Eastnor Castle:

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Meanwhile, in a nearby turret, John was also getting ready for his wedding day:

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Cynthia making her entrance down the spectacular staircase at Eastnor Castle:

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The first part of the evening entertainment from a Chinese opera company:

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The grande finale, a firework display:

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More pictures from the 2010 Cambridge Film Festival

Posted in Commercial and PR at 11:31 on 24/09/2010

It's been a busy week here at the Cambridge Film Festival, so here's a quick roundup of days six to eight of the festival.

Tony Hawkes came to discuss Round Ireland With a Fridge with the audience:

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Director Stephen Frears took part in a career retrospective, as well as discussing his latest film, Tamara Drew:

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Sarah Turner returned to Cambridge to discuss her latest film project, Perestroika:

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Composer Ant Neely and production designer Sloane U'Ren taking part in a packed CFC panel discussion:

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Meanwhile, Malcolm Greenhill brought the Cambridge Independent Filmmakers Association to the festival:

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Producer Andrew Eaton arrived to discuss The Trip, his latest collaboration with director Michael Winterbottom and actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon:

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More filmmakers arrived to take part in the Microcinema strand, including Sean Garland…

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…Daniel Fawcett…

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…and actor Vito Maraula:

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The festival couldn't function without its hardworking band of volunteers, interns and staff:

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Eastnor Castle wedding photographs - Cynthia & John's wedding

Posted in Wedding Photography at 10:00 on 23/09/2010

Cynthia & John's wedding at Eastnor Castle was truly spectacular. Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire is an amazing venue in its own right, but Cynthia & John added to its already considerable impact with their evening entertainment - a Chinese opera and a firework display.

I'll post more photos from Cynthia & John's wedding at Eastnor Castle next week, but in the meantime here's a shot of the Chinese opera that caught my eye.

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