I quite like the colours in this image and the peaceful nature of the scene with a deserted beach and a few gulls but it has never done particularly well.
Taken one evening while strolling along a Pembrokeshire beach as the sun was going down. I like the general shape of the image, the warmth of the lighting and the long shadows cast by the low sun.
A typical Provence scene but with a little enhancement to make it a little pen-and-ink like. It looks better as a print than it does on screen.
This is perhaps my favourite Cambridge Folk Festival shot. I like the isolation of the fiddler with no distraction in the background. The face is sharp, I have both hands and all the bow in the shot. I also like the subtle lighting in the background and the rim lighting on his cap. It works for me!
I wanted to do two things here – capture Clare through the piano showing the strings and get her reflection in the top of the polished piano. It may not be the most exciting of shots but it’s pleasing all the same.
When I photographed Clare she had not long been runner-up to the BBC musician of the year. Now she is an established pianist performing in concerts all over the country. After I had taken several shots of her playing the piano, I wanted to do a more commercial type of shot and liked the idea of capturing her reflection in the top of the highly polished Steinway grand piano.
No, this isn’t Deborah Harry. It’s another Trafalgar Square concert at the end of a Pride London event.
This was another Cambridge Folk Festival image but singer made me think more of a rock singer than a folk singer. With this in mind, I applied a little zoom blur in post-processing to suggest the heady, and perhaps hazy, world of rock music.
This was an Abba tribute act being performed in Trafalgar Square. I was fortunate enough to get quite close to the stage and took shots of the individual performers. Bjorn Again is the name of the band.