I have just posted a new story in the clients section on The Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. It is a beautiful 28 page feature that I shot with Christoph Radl who is the co founder of Cabana. We shot the story back in May and Christoph has produced a beautiful layout . I rarely say that I am totally happy with something but I am thrilled with this and off on another Cabana adventure soon so watch this space. To see the full article go to the Clients section here, click on View and it should open.Read More
So my exhibition in Abu Dhabi was hung last night and opens today. If any of you are close by then pop over to The Galleria on Al Maryah Island. The exhibition is split into two parts with the main body in the Great Room whilst the rest, and some of my favorites are near Almaz by Momos.
Here is a shot I took for the Momo's Cookbook of a man who was hunting in the Sahara Desert with a Sloughi, a sighthound found mainly in North Africa and originally from Ethiopia .
The exhibition is up until December the 6th and prints can be ordered by emailing me via the Contact page on my website.
So the end of a busy week. I have just shot a couple of boats, one in Toulon and the other in Valletta one of the worlds great harbour's. For reasons of privacy I can not really name the boats or owners or share any pictures but I am hoping that at some point they will both be published. Two very different projects, one smallish and very contemporary and the other large and full of character and both with interesting interior design produced by masters of the craft. Its always interesting shooting boats, for one they involve shooting in very tight spaces and secondly they tend to move quite a lot which is challenging when you are doing 30 second exposures. Off again at dawn tomorrow morning and then back again for some collodion work before heading off to shoot a hotel and another boat.Read More
And this is another shot in the same apartment showing a great mix of art and colour.Read More
A friend who I asked to review my website just wrote to say that my new blog looks a bit gloomy so I thought it might be time to add a bit of color. This is an old shot in a tiny London apartment belonging to a friend and very talented interior designer Hubert Zandberg. Hubert was born if Africa and when he moved to the UK he bought a bit colour with him. Over the years I have photographed many of his projects and they all combine a wonderful use of colour and fantastic art.Read More