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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Brits in Vancouver – Bell’s Story

“I wake up and look out of my apartment window at the North Shore mountains, and it’s the most beautiful sight. I walk 25 minutes across town to work, passing people from all over the world.” Courage It was a warm and sunny early evening when I met Bell at Third Beach in Stanley Park. Bell has only been in […]

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Terry O’Neil – Storyteller

When reflecting upon my own work I start to recognise the desire to capture those fleeting moments of normality, where my client is no longer a collaborator in creating the image but a bystander unaware of the intruding lens.  Born a short distance from where I spent my own formative years (although many years before I hasten to add), Terry […]

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Pennie Smith, The Clash and that (Im)perfect frame

It really forced home that sometimes the imperfect and the serendipitous capture works so much better than the over-composed, over edited image. I love my music. I’m the guy that retained my vinyl; albums, 7″ singles, 12″ singles, they’re all still with me. One of the jewels in the crown has to be my bought on release, London Calling by […]

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Behind The Mask

I’ve launched a new personal project over at Mark Cannon Photography. I have an interest in humans, what makes us tick, what drives our behaviours, why we sometimes work against our own best interests. I wanted to capture moments when, despite wanting to mask our emotions and feelings, we were not able to completely hide what was happening in our […]

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