I photograph events of all types, be they public concerts, sporting events or educational courses. I enjoy the challenge of capturing that crucial moment which tells a story.
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FRIARY GUILDFORD BRASS BAND
I have been official photographer for Friary Guildford Brass Band since 2011 and have had the pleasure of photographing them at many events, including the Whit Friday March contests, many concerts and the Remembrance Day commemorations in Guildford.
NATIONAL YOUTH RECORDER ORCHESTRA
I have been part of the National Youth Recorder Orchestra team since its inception in 2002. I worked with them as a tutor and conductor for nine years and, more recently was invited to shoot their new publicity photographs.
I was lucky enough to attend the London 2012 Paralympics and had an opportunity to photograph both the athletics at the Olympic Stadium and the cycling road races at Brands Hatch.
THE PREBENDAL SCHOOL, CHICHESTER
I taught the recorder at The Prebendal School for twenty years before moving away from Chichester. Latterly I also acted as official photographer for the school's thriving music department, documenting their many performances, often in Chichester Cathedral.
RECORDER MAKING AT WEST DEAN COLLEGE
During a recent recorder making course at West Dean School in West Sussex I was invited to go along to document this fascinating manufacturing process.
REMEMBRANCE DAY IN GUILDFORD
Through my work with Friary Guildford Brass Band I had the honour of documenting the city's Remembrance Day commemorations in 2011 and 2012
THE RECORDER SUMMER SCHOOL
I have been documenting The Recorder Summer School, of which I am also Chairman, since 2008. Each year I take candid photos of the various course activities and publish a photo book which students are able to purchase as a souvenir of their week with us.
LE TOUR DE FRANCE
When Le Tour came through my local area in July 2014 it seemed too good an opportunity to miss so I headed to Finchingfield early in the morning and bagged a suitably photogenic spot on the hill where I waited for the peloton to arrive on their journey from Cambridge.
WEALD AND DOWNLAND OPEN AIR MUSEUM
As a long time friend of the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum in Singleton, West Sussex, I followed the reconstruction of Tindalls, a 17th century cottage, with great interest. One day in September 2012 they raised the original oak frame back into position on its new site within the museum and I was there to document the occasion.