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I met Shaley during a test shoot with a model management company I often freelance for. Shaley's energy was absolutely infectious, she was super fun in the shoot and looked great doing it so I asked if she'd like to shoot with me again. I met up with her outside a pub in Manchester and … Continue reading Quick Shoot with Shaley (Miss Hamilton)
Walking around Manchester at 5am Sunday morning I figured I'd do something unusually productive and take some pictures using my Minolta camera with Kodak ISO 400 film. I started taking pictures of objects and buildings before I noticed a few lifeless bodies lying around Piccadilly Gardens. The only people around that weren't finishing their night … Continue reading Where do you wake up?
Below is a short photo-story from a clash between anti-islamic facists and anti-facist protesters across from Flinders Street Train Station in Melbourne. These pictures are from 2015. I'm fairly sure at the time I didn't understand the concept of shooting RAW and these pictures are straight from the camera unedited. This is the kind of … Continue reading Lost Pictures: Racist Protest in Melbourne
Anybody who has seen me since I visited Malta will know that I utterly fell in love with the place. So much so that I planned on moving there with Jess as soon as the opportunity arrose. Speaking with so expats in Malta I learned that it's a bit of a tax haven and that … Continue reading Pasta and Cats – Three Days in Malta
Walking around just outside of Velletta, there's a small park in Floriena that has a make-shift shanty town just for cats. We came across it when an old gentleman was feeding the small horde of felines. If this same idea was implemented in the UK it'd cost a hundred thousand pounds to install and 16 … Continue reading There’s a community ran “Cat Cafe” for stray cats in Malta where the cats are the customers, not the furniture.
Currently I am living in Phuket, a large island in the south of Thailand. Frankly eating cheap, delicious food, driving a scooter ever where with no real fear of committing a traffic violation and enjoying amazing weather ever day is great. As a UK passport holder I am forced to leave the country once a … Continue reading Red eye – 20 Hours in Penang, Malaysia
I met T pictured above in the streets of Auckland at around 3am on a Friday night, he was walking towards me with blood dripping down his head and I was walking towards him with my camera in my hand. I knew I was going to get a picture of him but what I didn't … Continue reading I Went to a Drug Fueled 18th in West Auckland
Everybody loves a skilled stripper, whether they're polishing a metal pole with their crotch or peeling paint off a surface, everybody can appreciate effort when they see it. I thought at the time that Bangkok was the seediest place in the world, but I was wrong, Patong outshines Bangkok in every sense. From Ping Pong … Continue reading Poles, Filth and Beer: Patong is a Paradise.
Before packing my bags to Thailand I was aware of the fact that I had next to no jabs, especially the rabies vaccine which can be pretty expensive, I told myself that I wouldn't touch any animals because I'd be screwed if they bit me. Fast forward a few days and I'm picking up every … Continue reading Street Cats & Street Dogs of Thailand
If Bangkok is a whore then Chiang Mai is the religious sister who ran away to follow her faith, with 300 temples in the city limits it's impossible to walk anywhere without Buddhism crossing your path. Every street has several temples, every other building has it's own personal shrine to Buddha that they provide with fresh food … Continue reading Chiang Mai is a Paradise
Bangkok is as filthy as you imagine it is, and much worse, every street has a hustler, every hustler has his game and every game has it's rules, you will pay for gold and recieve dirt. Bangkok makes you feel dirty for no other reason than being inside of it, breathing it's air and seeing … Continue reading Bangkok Vice
I've always been into photography but only over the past couple of years have I taken to the pursuit of quality images. I adore street photographers and I often find myself on the streets trying my hand at capturing small stories and brief glimpses of individual personalities when I can. Whilst being in my home … Continue reading Why Do You Bring That Fucking Camera on Every Night Out?
My passport was put in the wash with a (clean) pair of jeans whilst I was in Australia by my girlfriend. Not long after this, both Donna and I were robbed by a couple of Kiwi's whilst we were at a hostel and whilst we got most of our stuff back when we confronted them … Continue reading I Took Some Street Shots in Liverpool With My New Camera
Charity shops hold lots of treasure if you're willing to find it and fortunately I once came across a beautiful camera, the Praktica MTL 3 and haven't really used it until recently after getting bored of my current DSLR, a Nikon D300 (it's just not good enough). I'm a bit of a perfectionist, so photography is my … Continue reading I Used an East German Camera With a Decade Old Roll of Film