August 30th, 2016

Samsung’s promotional team get their wheels on, trying to drum up early morning interest in Madrid.

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August 29th, 2016

My partner and I have discussed vacating the shores of the UK and settling in Japan. Frankly Brexit was a major wake up call that made me realise I’ve been limiting myself creatively and professionally by remaining within the UK. While there is potential for me to benefit in the short to medium term from the vote (ironically helping companies move out of the country!) the longer term is harder to judge. Given my skills are increasingly in demand and can be delivered to any country in the world from any location there’s no rational reason I couldn’t continue my business from Japan as easily as Watford.

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August 26th, 2016

It took 3 years and 4 attempts to get inside the house at Wrest Park. Each time we visited there was an event on that stopped us from gaining access to the house.

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August 22nd, 2016

I wouldn’t have noticed if I hadn’t taken the photograph.

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August 21st, 2016

Paramedics are on standby at Pride in London.

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August 17th, 2016

Gibraltar is a small piece of land perched on the end of Spain. It’s barely the size of a small town, yet this place is vehemently British and determined to remain so. It’s solution to the natural problem of population growth is twofold:

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August 12th, 2016

A gentleman takes a rest whilst admiring the Royal Palace in Madrid

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August 8th, 2016

My relationship with HSBC was short lived. I’d intended on using them as the business for my bank after the Co-operative annoyed me one last time. One thing led to another and after a pretty pleasant (if uninspiring) onboarding I found myself locked out of my online account before I’d even managed to get access to it. The solution, I was told, was to write to the local branch.

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August 6th, 2016

For all the tales of Hiroshima and the devastation caused by “the bomb” dropped on the city and its inhabitants, I think this is one of the most profound. This tree survived the blast.

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August 6th, 2016

A couple are inadvertently declared subjects.

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August 3rd, 2016

Seen at “Word on the Water“, an odd bookshop that sails the waterways bringing literature to the masses.

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August 1st, 2016

For the past few weeks I’ve been looking at ways to break the link between where I am physically based and the income I can generate. This was driven in large part by the Brexit vote prompting me to reappraise whether I want to remain in a UK I don’t believe in, but what it’s done it made me challenge some fundamental assumptions about how and where I live.

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July 31st, 2016

A staircase in Gibraltar seems to come to an abrupt and pointless end.

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July 29th, 2016

A potential customer examines the menu while diners look out onto the street.

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July 26th, 2016

From a visit to Cornwall

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July 23rd, 2016

One of the (many) things I love about visiting English Heritage properties is the reenactments that take place. They pick up on a small detail of history and expand and explore to give you a fuller picture of how life was.

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July 23rd, 2016

A while back I did a street shoot where some things went a little wrong. I didn’t quite get the images I wanted and while I “rescued” one I was never entirely happy with it.

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July 20th, 2016

She captures a selfie in the reflection behind

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July 19th, 2016

The padlocks have gone now. They used to be left by lovers proclaiming their affection for one another, but they became a nuisance and were causing problems for the bridge where they were clamped shut.

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July 15th, 2016

I have a Mercedes SLK and I absolutely love it. When I saw this classic Merc on the streets of London I couldn’t help but take a shot. And I wondered if 30 years from now someone would be looking at my old SLK in the same way.

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