Archive | May, 2013

Collaboration is good for the soul

I was delighted to be told by Norwich-based writer and artist John William Brown that he has combined one of my photos (Some of our Dead) with one of his poems (Culling [The Last Book (IV)]. This collaboration is a result of a chance meeting between us at one of the anti-ATOS demonstrations.  I had […]

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Photographing public events

Taking photos at public events at which members of the public are present can sometimes be a bit tricky in terms of obtaining permission from individuals, particularly if those images are to be posted on websites or other social networking sites. However the team at Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2013 had posted what I think […]

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May Day celebrations – a photographic feast approaches!

So looking forward to taking myself and my camera to three very photogenic events this weekend. Saturday 4th May: Trafalgar Square, London – ‘We are the 99%’ demonstration from 12 noon Sunday 5th May: Chapelfield Gardens, Norwich – Trades Council rally including bands, stalls, speakers, activities for children from 12 noon Monday 6th May: Cow […]

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