Florence

Back on the streets of Florence, and my perseverance was finally starting to pay off

It’s 8.30 on a beautiful August morning in Florence. Are we having a breakfast of fresh fruit and croissants with coffee on the rooftop garden of the hotel, overlooking the city as it wakes? Are we lying in a sumptuous bed, contemplating the day ahead with the sun streaming through the wooden shutters? Or are Read More…

Ernst & Young

Capturing the corporate personality of one of the world’s best known professional services firms

Ernst & Young (EY) employs 144,000 people, in 700 locations across 140 countries, providing assurance, transaction, tax and advisory services. It is one of the world’s best-known professional services firms and clients include some of the leading global businesses. EY has integrated 87 practices in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa into a grouping called Read More…

Strictly

I am to be the first photographer in the show’s history to be given backstage access

It’s Saturday afternoon and I’m heading for Television Centre in White City. It’s been nearly 20 years since I was last there working on a short film for Blue Peter about a peace campaign centred on climbing the Eiger. This time it’s a different sort of mountain to climb, and I know I’m not the Read More…

Aperture

Working with the latest version of Apples photo editing and retouching software

Three years ago I covered London Fashion Week for Nick Knight’s online fashion and art project SHOWstudio.  Nick had asked if I would shoot as many shows as possible over the seven days, make edits and selects and then upload directly to the SHOWstudio current projects website. At the time, I had no idea of Read More…