Monthly Archives: November 2008

Reflections on the image-making process

It is a wet, cold November Sunday here in the UK. The type of day where one needs lots of motivation to venture out: low light levels, stiff breeze, cold, cold air and so damp! Recently I have been labouring under the oppression of a turbulent year in many aspects of life and photography has […]

Ladle Hill

Winter sunset from the top of Ladle Hill on the ridge of the North Wessex Downs, a line of chalk hills in the south of England. This is a spot which I used to frequent as a child and which has lost none of its magic, engendered in part by its location inside an unfinished […]

Dream of Flight live

Henry Blake played a fantastic set last night at the Blag Club in Ladbroke Grove. His thoughtful lyrics and melodic guitar playing made a beautiful complement to the pinhole photos projected behind the stage. I also got to meet some his fabulous, warm, creative friends. Now I’m looking forward to many more collaborations like this. […]

Stonehenge – closer to the stones

This is my personal favourite of the three good pinhole photos made on my recent visit to this astonishing place.

Stonehenge from a distance

Taken from the Heel Stone with the Slaughter Stone just visible before the main circle.

Dream of Flight on stage in London

London singer/songwriter Henry Blake is using my Dream of Flight series as artwork for his new CD “Songs for the Unknown” (due out imminently). He will be performing with eleven images (the complete series so far) back projected on the stage at the Blag Club, Ladbroke Grove, London, UK on Friday 14th November 2008. I […]