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Visual Research

A large part of what I do centres about visual research. You receive the brief, the location of where you’re to be shooting and then the you’re off, on towards your destination to illustrate the story using both video and stills.

Simple and I love it.

The following photos and showreel are a small example of what I love best…visual storytelling.

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Max Roach Park, Brixton

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Max Roach Park, Brixton

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Paris

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Edmonton, London

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Docklands Riders, Royal Docks, London

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Eurostar, Brussels

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Royal Marines, Polzeath, Cornwall

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Royal Marines, Polzeath, Cornwall

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Leadenhall Market

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Fight for Peace, Royal Docks

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Cuts protest, Barbican, London

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Guardsman, London

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New York

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Harlem, New York

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Guardsman’s feet, Bramley

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Brick Lane Music Hall, Royal Docks

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Brick Lane Music Hall, Royal Docks

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Guardsman, London

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Shopping, Edmonton, London

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Underground, London

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Guard, London

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Bicycle Festival, Homerton, London

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Flowers near Olympic Park, Stratford, London

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Supper club, London

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Riots, London

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Riots, London

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Shoot, London

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Shoot, London

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Alexa Chung, London

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Guardsman on exercise, Bramley

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Recycling near Warren Street, London

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The tip, north London

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Supper club, London

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Craig Charles, London

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Burma Star veteran, London

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Guard, London

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Guardsmen

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Anthony Lambert OBE and Royal Marine Ben McBean, Cornwall

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Guards, Doncaster

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Repatriation, Royal Wottoon Bassett

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France

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Guardsman, Longmoor

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High School football, Chicago

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Dawn Attack, Salisbury Plain

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Dawn Attack, Salisbury Plain

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Guards, Salisbury Plain

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Queen and Equerries, London

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Guards, Bramley

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Chinese supermarket, Royal Docks, London

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02/09/2013 · 19:16

COLDSTREAM

Welcome to a PDF book of an imploded project.

Very much to my chagrin this work has fizzled and popped into little more than nothing at all. Consequently I ve decided to make a small photo essay of the photos taken to date.

I am frustrated, annoyed and hunting for a resolution!

Front and Back Cover

Main Body

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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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Royal celebrations

There are many, but there could have been more.

I had great trouble cutting this one down. The extraordinary variety of opportunities was truly great and to have been expected. No shots of the Royals, only the spectators.

I wanted to pay particular attention to the characters present, but with a greater focus on the scene rather than the individual. I am quite a fan of Jeff Wall and his images of – not necessarily ominous – but definitely unusual groupings of people. The photos have a depth of detail and context often missed through a tighter viewfinder. That said, they must been seen as large prints – web-sized does not do them justice.

Perhaps more on the lines of ‘Where’s Wally?’.

Welcome to the Royal Wedding and the international crowd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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