Author:mark

Medical

Medical Hull York Medical School: the joint medical school of the Universities of Hull and York, and home world-leading research and one of the UK’s most exciting and innovative undergraduate medicine programmes.

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We Do Hope

We Do Hope A podcast from Amos Trust.

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Performers

Performers Dance, drama and Musical theatre performers at the Northern Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) A book project featured by Profoto. Behind the scenes here.

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Coffee

Coffee Roasters Roasting, packing and quality control at Lincoln & York coffee.

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Nine Years

Nine Years One set at the Adelphi club for filming of “Nine Years” the coming of age story of a sixteen-year-old girl pursuing her dreams of a career in music set in the shadow of the building of the Humber Bridge.

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Greenbelt

Greenbelt Festival Greenbelt has been part of my life for three decades, it has been a source of inspiration, where art meets activism. for many years it was a sanctuary from work but recently I have joined the photographers volunteer team. 

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka A selection of images from several commercial shoots for the Biomass Group, promoting carbon neutral power solution for the island. 

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Man on the moon

Putting man on the moon. Production stills for the Al Jazeera documentary, Putting Man on the Moon – the story of the men who went to the moon and the people who got them there. Find it here

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The Trail

The Trial Sometimes photography is about controlling light, either by positioning the subject around the light in a room, sometimes in a studio environment it’s a blank canvas, there are times when it feels like we’re fighting what’s there, it’s too contrasty, too flat, or twenty year old fluorescent tubes… then there are those moments when you want into a room and it’s just fabulous, in this case, warm tone, diffused sunlight through a dirty window

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Half Silvered

Half Silvered Street Theatre with a difference. The audience sit in an empty shop unit with silvered glass so the public can’t see them. The actors play out in the street, initially indistinguishable from the passers by.

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