Here are some shots from the London Speedlite Scene Dolly Dare meetup at the Arbat restaurant in West London early this year. The dresses were very kindly provided by Dolly Dare. Huge thanks to Arbat, the models, make-up artists, photographers and the London Speedlite Scene crew for making it all possible.
Following on from one of my photos (for client Masabi) featuring on the front page of the Boston Globe a couple of months ago, another has been used by the Wall Street Journal alongside a story about Masabi's mobile ticketing technology being used by the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Probably not one of my most exciting shots, but it is always nice to see your photo being used my such a major publication.
You can see the original story online here.
Phone Cabinets of Brighton. That could be the name of a very dull book or an arty film, but it is actually a small photo project I've been working on over the last few weeks. I moved down to Brighton from London almost two years ago and I thought it was about time that I tried and capture something about the city. Brighton is a visual feast for photographers - from the seafront with its piers, the Regency architecture to the nooks and crannies of the Lanes. However, I was looking for something a bit more subtle that the casual observer or day-tripper would probably miss. I had been noticing an increasing number of graffitied telephone cabinets around Brighton, which I thought would be perfect for this. See below for photos of ones I've found so far.
A classic Cassette Lord on Railway Street which I walk past every day:
A "Dino Box" on Middle Street in the South Lanes:
Cassette Lord showing some lateral thinking on Bath Street:
A double cabinet piece on Middle Street:
Here is a little cheeky little monkey on New England Street:
One of the more official pieces on Queen's Street, celebrating the Brighton Festival:
Do check back as I will be adding more to the gallery as I find them.
You can view a side show of the full set by clicking on the play button below:
Just a quick one - I was quite excited to find out that one of the product photos which I took for mobile ticketing company Masabi was featured on the front page of the Boston Globe! Below is a low-res version - the photo is the picture of the phone at the bottom of the page. I'm trying to track down a higher resolution image and I'll upload that when I have one.