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Tricky job? No problem.

Sometimes my job can be quite difficult, here's a good example. I was working at General Electric Aviation last week and because of the nature of their business, almost everything was classified and of course couldn't be photographed. But luckily I've been doing this long enough to not give up and leave with just a mugshot. I spotted this glass display in the reception area and with a few off camera flashes I managed to make it look interesting and high tech, just what the client was looking for.

Hartpury College

Hartpury College is one of the UK’s leading land-based and sports colleges and I have been lucky enough to be asked to help them produce their marketing material. The campus covers over 360 hectares and is located near to both Gloucester and Cheltenham. Today it has more than 1300 students working towards foundation degrees, honours degrees and postgraduate qualifications in equine, sport and animal and land studies. Hartpury is one of the world’s largest equine education facilities and regularly wins national university titles in rugby and football.

Hospital Art.

Last week I was working for Willis Newson, the UK’s leading independent arts consultancy working with health, community and education partners in public spaces. We were photographing many art installations around the Bristol Royal Infirmary, including these amazing Acoustic Baffles that will stop echoes around the central atrium.

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I had a smashing day at Hartpury College near Gloucester the other day. They wanted some pictures of their activities that could be used in a brochure, website and other promotional stuff. I started off photographing one of their former students who is now a Forestry Commission warden in the Forest of Dean. It was pouring with rain and we were getting eaten alive by midges so I didn't hang around, I quickly popped up a light stand and got a few shots that I'm really pleased with. The rain meant that the light was very soft and with a little bit of off camera flash the colours become saturated as well as the photographer. Conditions were a lot easier at the college and I got to spend a pleasant couple of hours meeting photographing the students with a whole host of animals.