Stockport County V Chorley

The first visit to Edgeley Park with a camera, the approach for this shoot was to encompass further landscape/wide shots in addition to the documentary approach which has been used at other shoots within the early stages of this project. Although a less ambitious approach to the shoot it was useful to engage with theContinue reading “Stockport County V Chorley”

Radcliffe on a Tuesday Night

FC United V Radcliffe Boro Whilst cultivating my project idea around football, capitalism and the non commercialised game. I decided to go and take photographs at a match between Radcliffe Borough and FC United of Manchester. It was a crisp Tuesday evening and an opportunity to create work in an environment where I had noContinue reading “Radcliffe on a Tuesday Night”

Tuesday Night Football

Whilst considering my research project and potential ideas I find myself having lots of elaborate ideas which imitate a broad range of photographers however the burden of appropriateness in relation to a particular context is proving difficult to pin down. As a response and having reflected on my interests I felt that following a footballContinue reading “Tuesday Night Football”

Collaboration Micro Project: Falmouth MA Photography

When asked to contribute to a small collaboration project I agreed to work with co student/work colleague and friend James. We are roughly the same age, both have a Daughter and work side by side in the same digital department of the same FE college. When James turned up for his first day as anContinue reading “Collaboration Micro Project: Falmouth MA Photography”

My Current Practice

When considering my role as a wedding photographer, stereotypical, awkward thoughts come to mind about a smartly dressed over enthusiastic middle aged person. They may be bossy, possibly arrogant and unapproachable. Another perspective may be that the modern wedding photographer is a cool creative retro hipster. In truth, my insecurities with the wedding photographer labelContinue reading “My Current Practice”