I’ve recently had my work published in the great new book The Girls Guide to Life on Two Wheels by Cathy Bussey. Dude to all the work I’ve done with Cyclodelic I’ve got a fair amount of photos in there!
It looks fantastic, perfect present to encourage anyone to get cycling (especially with summer arriving!) and you can get a copy here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1849753717
Some of you might know I’m really into my Origami. In fact I’m a member of the British Origami Society. I was invited to help teach the public some paper folding at the recent Hobby Craft Expo at the Birmingham NEC.
Put up a little gallery of the day’s photos here.
Finally got some new business cards. About time. And for the first time put some photos on the back. You can see below, kids playing in Cambodia, a model dancing at Premier Models birthday party, and David Bailey. There are plenty more images too, great for showing off my event and portraiture work. The first reaction to them has been great.
I got them from moo.com and was really pleased with their quality and service. Won’t be long before I’m ordering a few more!
Hiro & Wolf
Long term collaborator Amy Fleuriot has just launched her new brand: Hiro & Wolf.
A mixture of accessories for you and your dog. With a few photos by me.
I’m a big fan of Origami, and always like to fold the odd dragon in my spare time. I was delighted to be commissioned to photograph the new installation in Canary Wharf, Voyage by Aether & Hemera.
Amazing piece, and like all my favourite artworks, interactive. Viewers can log into the dedicated wifi network and change the colours of the boats! I great thoroughly recommend checking it out if you can.
More details here: http://www.aether-hemera.com/Work/Detail/Voyage
I was approached by Eimear Hanratty to photograph a lovely local cafe called I made it for you. She had done a great job designing the interior, and I documented this. It’s just been entered in the 2013 Small Projects Awards, you can read more here: http://www.ajbuildingslibrary.co.uk/projects/display/id/6088
Above is the first ever photograph of DNA. Using an electron microscope (so not what I use!), a team at the University of Genoa have managed to capture the individual twists that are now famous to us all. Pretty incredible stuff, an a fine example how technology is evolving allowing us to achieve new techniques not thought possible in the past. Inspiring stuff.
One of my favourite bands The Din were playing at Paper Dress Vintage recently. Great gig as always.
Bit of an off topic plug here, but:
I’m running the Richard House Penguin Dash on the 6th, so after sponsorship from you please. Great little East London Charity: http://richardhouse.org.uk/penguin-dash
Give me your monies here:
Anyone giving me ten pounds or more will receive an Origami Penguin made by me in the post. Thanks!