January 2019 marked 12 months since I began making photographs for my series, ‘Carpathia’ documenting the FCC rangers as they conduct their wildlife monitoring programme in the Southern Carpathian Mountains, Romania. Photographs from this project can now be viewed on my website, here. Below are some shots from the iPhone camera roll, taken on the winter trip.
Delighted to discover that my image of Honister Slate Mine, made after a brief hailstorm in December last year has been awarded the Judges Choice in this years Landscape Photographer of the Year. It will be displayed in the LPOTY exhibition at London Waterloo from 19th November until 3rd February 2019, as well as in the Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 12 publication, released today!
Pleased to announce that my portrait of Giles at Camasunary Bothy, taken as part of 'Black Dots' has been selected as one of the winning images for this year's Portrait of Britain. You'll be able to catch the image on JCDecaux screens across the United Kingdom starting from today! It'll also appear in the first ever Portrait of Britain book, being published by Hoxton Mini Press.
View all the winners, here
Pre-order the book, here
Abbie Denton photographed last month after training at Alexandra Palace ice rink for the Doers of London commission.
I photographed the cover story for this weeks Financial Times Weekend Magazine - a piece about Exmoor and the future of Britain's countryside post-Brexit.
Some recent work, shooting the Napapijri range for USC and DINK.
Back from a great couple of days on a very special assignment in North West Scotland with Will Copestake. Can't say what or who for, but I'm really looking forward to releasing the work from this in the future! For now, it's bits from the iPhone camera roll...
Started my August in Lisbon with a sweltering few days spent running around a football pitch in 42 degree heat, capturing content with DINK for Sports Direct Football and Adidas #THEWARMUP2 campaign. Couple of selects below!
A great morning spent in conversation with Sir Chris Bonington, photographed for the Doers of London commission. More on the project can be found here: https://www.doersoftoday.com/
For the duration of my ongoing work in Romania, I will be writing a series of articles for On Landscape detailing the creative process. The articles will feature behind the scenes images taken on my D-SLR/iPhone/whatever I happen to have on me at the time as well as pictures taken by the rangers. The first piece is available to view here.
Please note, these articles are only available to those with a subscription to On Landscape magazine.
For the past seven months, I've been working on a fascinating portrait commission across London. Commissioned by Do Sport, the series presents a showcase of the modern sportsperson throughout the capital. The photographs and accompanying interviews will be produced as a photobook towards the end of 2018. Many thanks to the team at DO, producer Tom Whittle and designer Anna Clark from Blunt Crayon.
I'll be sharing a selection of the portraits here on the blog over the next few weeks.
Thank you to Zealous & all of the judges for selecting me as the winner of the first Zealous Emerge Photography Prize! Unfortunately I was unable to attend the awards night in London as I was on location in Romania, but congratulations to all the other category winners. Head over here to read more about the awards.
Thank you to everybody who came to view my talk on 'Black Dots' at this years Photography Show at Birmingham NEC!
Delighted to be showing 4 prints from 'Black Dots' at the Royal Photographic Society International Print Exhibition 160. The opens at Photoblock, Old Truman Brewery London 13-16 October.
Great to be involved with Art on A Postcard, exhibiting a couple of prints at theprintspace in London from 12th-24th October. Exhibiting alongsideWolfgang Tillmans, Martin Parr, Simon Norfolk, Chris Steele-Perkins and a number of other selected photographers.
All money raised will go to The Hepatitis C Trust's campaign to eliminate hepatitis C from the UK by the year 2030.
More details here:
Earlier this year I was invited to join Rab in Scotland to be part of their new film, 'The Place of the Gaels'. Filmed by the talented crew at Coldhouse Collective I walked athletes & staff from the Rab US team out to Shenavall Bothy.
The trailer dropped today & the full film is set to be released in October.
Full details can be found by clicking here.
Delighted to have shown some work at The Royal Photographic Society IPE159 at Retina Scottish Photography Festival. Unfortunately I couldn't make it up to see it, but these photos by Jodie Mann Photography are worth a look!