Photography at Home

One of the many perks of living in England is the terrific (read: terrible) weather we get on a regular basis.  It’s all well and good having grand plans for beautiful sweeping hyperlapse shots capturing the architecture and grace of my fair town but a grey sky does not make for a happy time.  So…

Where Do I Go From Here?

For the last year or so I have dedicated an alarming amount of time to making videos for YouTube. Planning, scripting, sacrificing social events and sacking off friends in need of a hand to ensure I kept to “The Schedule”. YouTube has that effect.  It’s positioned and marketed to suck you in.  The top echelon of…

Reflecting

Photography has been apart of my family for the last three generations. While no one is a world renowned photo journalist, or ever had a photograph published in National Geographic, it has always been there. My Grandfather turned the lens on his other great love, steam trains. It was from there that the bug spread…