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Sea Fever

'I must go down to the seas again'. Winter shoot with Islay RNLI

I first came to Islay in 1994, shooting a film about sailing and whisky – two things that I found are best left well apart. The story involved filming what was then an RNLI Thames class lifeboat and I stood on the deck of our tiny yacht mesmerised as this majestic boat sped towards us Read More…

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Aston Martin by Hackett SS17

Introducing the Hackett London X Aston Martin SS17 Collection, inspired from the new AM37 powerboat.

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Casual Portrait

A casual request for a portrait becomes anything but casual

Do you remember the moment in Jaws when Roy Scheider sees the fin of the great white shark from the beach… duunnn dunnn… an unforgettable scene that made movie history. The camera both zooms and tracks back simultaneously. The ‘Dolly Zoom’ an unsettling in camera effect pioneered for Alfred Hitchcock for the film ‘Vertigo’. Well Read More…

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Power of Print

Behind the scenes with Clive Booth's Ileachs Project and the Canon Pro 1000

In 1990 I spent two months making a film about an environmental research expedition in Spitsbergen, part of the Svalbard Archipelago in northern Norway, bordering the Arctic ocean. Crawling through the dirt rocks and dust of a glacial moraine I spot a seal. Taking care not to disturb it, I set up the tripod and Read More…