So the winter slow down always gives time to spend time on those “other” projects I have. Some of you have have known of my work for a while will probably already know I make a lot more photographs than the ones I share on here. Some of you (one of you) likes to see the odd personal shot now and then, so I’ve decided to set aside a little space just for my “other” stuff. It’s random, but it’s an outlet for me to share the work which otherwise may not see the light of day.
Time for a little personal note to the blog. It has been and still remains a busy Summer period, more work is being picked up by publications and some positive vibes coming my way from various outlets. So now is certainly not the time to take my foot off the pedal, I’m still going 100 miles an hour, only this time I feel it may not be a dead end track. It’s the passion that keeps me running with 4am starts and 12pm bedtimes, the love of my craft that sees me accepting commissions despite a full diary and the faith in my ability that sees me do this with a smile on my face.
Still with all that’s happening I still find that photography also acts as my way of dealing with the world around me and remembering it’s unseens and easily forgotten. Here are a few pieces from a couple of days down in London a few weeks ago. You’ll notice a heavy lack of people in the shots yet the feeling of human presence, this seems to be something I’m drawn to in my personal work lately without really looking for it.