Inspiration from the past

I take inspiration from art and from other photographers. Being involved in a visual medium, one cannot help but take in images from the past and present. This appreciation of what has been helped shape the way I photograph people. One way photographers grow is by looking to recreate images that have inspired them but adding one’s own style to […]

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Julie’s Story

“I love the fact that there is lots of green space. I like being able to buy locally-sourced groceries.” Having spent a couple of sessions in the studio, my first, shoot emerging into a ‘living with Covid’ world was with Julie. I suspect many people now have even greater respect for those involved in healthcare and I was pleased that […]

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Brits in Vancouver – Nicole’s Story

“It’s a constantly rewarding job with many fascinating elements to it.” I’d previously indicated that I wanted to extend the scope of the Brits in Vancouver Project to a wider range of people. My latest guest is certainly someone that I’d not have expected to be meeting when I launched the project early in 2019, however, if one doesn’t ask, […]

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Brits in Vancouver – Emma’s Story

“I’ve lived in 6 different countries in my life and this is the longest so I think that says a lot.” Year two of Brits in Vancouver kicked off and I was looking to take the series to the next level. Having previously met with people that had been here for fewer years than myself, I wanted to widen participation […]

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Brits in Vancouver – Hayden’s Story

“I can usually walk down Main Street and find a new place which will keep me occupied.” No Regrets Hayden is a Watford supporter. I forgave him and we met at Queen Elizabeth Park on an overcast yet clear Sunday afternoon. I wanted to find out more about Hayden and in particular, what prompted him to up sticks and relocate […]

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