As promised, here they are – the photos from the historic and always impressive Greenham Common. A place so steeped in controversial history and yet so beautiful whether in gleaming sunshine or gale-force winds (as it was for us), I always enjoy a long walk up there. For those of you who have seen the latest Star Wars, you might well recognise part of the landscape, minus the incredibly muddy dog.
This weekend saw the annual Wolverton Lantern Parade take to the streets in and around The Square following a week of lantern-making workshops.
Working again with the Directors and Product Design Team at hf Chocolates, I photographed the products hand-packed on premises and edited the images to match the company’s brochure style.
Last night saw the epic Clash of Drums travel from Campbell Park to The Point following a day of Rugby World Cup excitement. We followed their journey and got some cracking pictures of the fantastic drumming and fireworks display.
After a long, rainy and brilliant Bank Holiday weekend travelling the length and breadth of Cornwall, here are some of my favourite pictures.
Earlier this year I helped design the new layout and colour scheme for the All Year and Christmas brochures for Milton Keynes-based confectionery distributor Milton Keynes. Working closely with the Directors, I photographed some of the new products, took and selected images for the front cover and also helped put together some images for a couple of trade magazine adverts in the same visual style.
Please note – not all images on the front cover were taken by myself.
An immensely successful and fun event, the Wolverton Carnival consisted of a multi-vehicle parade with vehicles from Tesco decorated and populated by Milton Keynes brightest and best, followed by food, drink and live music from Manny and the Coloured Sky, Shred Belly and many others, and a fantastic performance from Kundalini Fire. All in all, not even the three or four bouts of heavy rain could stop the party!
A part of the much larger Wolverton Carnival shoot, I caught enough great images of these guys doing what they do that to pick only one or two seemed an injustice.