I was very proud to be involved in the Black Lives Matter Commissioning Project from the 21st-23rd of October, 2022. It was such an inspiring weekend working with some of the most incredible singer-songwriters in the world. I live-streamed the event around the world to those choir leaders that couldn’t […]
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On the 18th of October 2022, I was invited to the Morgan Sindall site in Dawlish to do a shoot for Network Rail. Network Rail has awarded Morgan Sindall Infrastructure a £28m contract to construct an extension of the existing rockfall shelter over the railway line between Dawlish and Holcombe […]
This section of the sea wall should be completed in November 2022. The Bam Nuttall team have been working in very tough conditions, and they are doing an incredible job. This section of the sea wall should be completed in December 2022.
I had a weekend in Dublin with one of my oldest friends from school. We used to DJ together as teenagers, and he’s been one of Dublin’s regular top DJs for many years. I retired from producing music in 2019 but still occasionally DJ if it’s a good venue/audience. A […]
In April of 2021, I filmed a charity video for Maddy and the Chaps to support Dawlish Community Transport. The video was to help bring in much-needed volunteers for the charity.
In April of 2021 I met up with Trav from Real Fake Brand to shoot some of his new garms.
Since phase two of Dawlish Sea wall was approved by Teignbridge Council, Network Rail had been informing me of a machine that was being drafted in to commence the work on the new sea wall for Dawlish railway station. WaveWalker is a dynamic, innovative 8-legged, self-contained walking jack-up, capable of […]
Late last night after photographing the shop windows, I had some time by the brook. In this photo, the dad to all the cygnets came and swam next to me while I sat on the path. He’s lost his partner and the last clutch of cygnets to avian flu and […]
A black swan cam has been in discussion since around 2015 at the Dawlish Chamber of Trade meetings and finally, in 2019, it was approved with a grant by Dawlish Town Council. It then took the best part of 12 months to organise the parts and arrange the install as […]