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.
Sri Lanka A selection of images from several commercial shoots for the Biomass Group, promoting carbon neutral power solution for the island.
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
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
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.
City of Culture A few images from Hull City of Culture…
Mad Pride As part of the city of Culture, Hull hosted a carnival to celebrate diversity and challenge normality in the way we look at mental health.
Mammal Jam Mammal Jam! An annual celebration by the The Ground collective artist community. A mash up of music, performance poetry, art, craft and activism.
Just Walk to Jerusalem 2017 marked one hundred years since the signing of the Balfour Declaration, an agreement to give one country control other another by a third. It was fifty years since the six day war and ten years of the siege of Gaza. Just Walk is very simple — a walk from London to Jerusalem — 3,300km, across 11 countries in 147 days, to ask for full equal rights for everybody who calls the Holy Land home. www.amostrust.org
Hull Freedom Trail One month in to starting my business the adventure really did begin. I had been asked to be expedition photographer on the Hull Freedom Trail, which in a nutshell involved driving eight thousand kilometres to Freetown – Hull’s twin city in Sierra Leone. The project was part of the 2007 commemoration of the abolition of the Slave Trade, spearheaded in Parliament by Hull’s own William Wilberforce. In addition the aim was to provide practical provision for NGO’s […]