Seeing as I went ahead and did an absolutely mammoth wedding round-up blog for this year, it only seemed right and fair to show you a few of my favourites from my various other photo & design adventures.
This year has been a brilliant year of tinkering. It’s been a year of working with lots of awesome clients who trust you implicitly to go a bit rogue and get your creative on and ohmygosh I love them for it. (Y’know, the kind of folk who don’t bat an eyelid when you’re running around using a pint glass / coloured knitting needles / trees as a creative filter. Those ones.) I’ve travelled all over, fallen in love with SNAP Photography Festival, painted faces and had far too much fun running around with some of my favourite photographers and musicians.
Now, with no further ado, here we go…
Promo photos around Kelham Island for musician / composer extraordinaire Jack McNeill.
A portrait session in Liverpool with the wonderful Eleanor Rees.
Photoshoot adventures around Stannington / Dungworth with Jack Rutter. Keep an eye out on Jack’s page for more from this session!
Epic Shakespeare-themed portrait adventures with The Company Of Players.
Photography and artwork for Kirsty Bromley‘s new EP “Absent Mother”.
Portrait adventures in the woods with electroacoustic genius Vanessa Massera.
Tinkerings with prisms and a video light for the rather marvellous Ollie King‘s upcoming new album “Diffractions”.
Album photography and design for Son Of John‘s debut album “Autumn’s Hymn”.
Portrait session for the mega gorgeous Phoebe Eley above the Longshaw Estate, Derbyshire.
The time I ran around as an official snapper (super fit low-vis blue tabard and all) at Shrewsbury Folk Festival. If you’re looking for an awesome music festival to take your family to (or just to go to for funsies!) I can’t recommend this one enough.
Promo snaps for melodeon marvel Mel Biggs, complete with multicoloured knitting needle filter. Obvs. (I may have squeaked with happiness a bit.)
That time I did a photoshoot for Weleda‘s beautiful new gift range for their Christmas catalogue. In September. Christmas music and fairy lights may have featured heavily.
The time it snowed and Shelley Richmond and I decided to frolic around in tulle skirts in the Peak District.
When SNAP Photography Festival was everything I hoped it would be and more. Photographers, if you want to join one of the best communities of creative folk in the known universe, go give the SNAP website a visit!
…and that, dear readers, was 2016! Thank you to all of my incredible clients and peers, and to all of you for your kind support.
Love to the lot of you,