Interiors photography is not just about the wide shots of hotel rooms and restaurants; many hotels, especially luxury country hotels like the Flackley Ash near Rye in Kent, for whom I took these photos last year, have little details that vary from room to room. Whether it’s a posy of flowers here, or an embroidered cushion cover there, these details are as important to a hotel’s atmosphere as the bright sunlit rooms and a grand facade. Continue reading Ready for the close-up
My first photo assignment for online music magazine Drowned in Sound was to shoot Scottish quartet Sons & Daughters, supported by noisy Welsh post-rockers Gallops, at The Lexington.
I’m not really sure why it took me so long to get round to putting these up. I’ve already put a small number on Flickr, but this is the full set of photos from a visit to the Lake District, unquestionably my favourite part of England, in April. Included is a pic of me which I’ve put in for posterity – you’ll see why when you look at it.
The Slaughtered Lamb in Clerkenwell is a very small, intimate venue where Hjaltalín, one of the most popular homegrown bands in Iceland, played a set at the start of their European tour. I went along to take some pictures, and also to enjoy what was a very well received and very entertaining performance. You can read my review at The 405.