Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Tower

These following photos again comprise a small part of a large ongoing project with a Guards regiment.

Guarding the Tower of London is one of their core public duties. I’d never been before (oddly enough) and enjoyed every minute.

The images follow their departure from Wellington Barracks to their respective guards.

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Odd Job

Last month I had the great pleasure of photographing the Queen with her former and existing equerries. It was really quite an extraordinary job and something that will stay with me for a long, long time.

I shook like a leaf battered by the wind – uncontrollably.

This photo is a crop of one of the four photos I was allowed to take.

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That little place Joliet

Late last year I was sent to America with a colleague. We were working for a hugely exciting visual research agency.

Vast amounts of food, a fair few beers and a some lovely people made for a fantastically brilliant overseas adventure. It’s truly great to travel – and get paid to do it!

The majority of the work was video based but stills are always a part of what I do.

Welcome to Joliet.

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