10 Paignton Avenue

As part of an on going exploration of the relation between Life, Death and Photography, Andrew photographed the partially cleared home of his late grandparents. The exploration, in this case, sought to document areas that trigger personal memories. From the living room where the whole family would cram in to for Christmas present opening toContinue reading “10 Paignton Avenue”

The Revolving Door and a Namesake

During my thoughts and explorations on the subject of Life and Death I have often thought of hospitals and the role they of course play.  Every day people breath their last breath while someone else somewhere is breathing their first. Over four years ago on the death of my grandmother I couldn’t help but visualiseContinue reading “The Revolving Door and a Namesake”

Women are Heroes

Anyone who has witnessed or experienced child birth will know the toll it can take on the female body.  Examples are different but either way it can be a tough but beautiful time.  Having witnessed two childbirths I can quite safely say that Women are Heroes.  They so often go through the mill for theirContinue reading “Women are Heroes”

Orange Shoes and Zip Wire Skittles

My second wedding of the year came in the shape of Bret and Liz and was a whole host of fun including; confetti cannons, zip wire skittles, orange shoes and a beautiful VW Camper van.  Being fans of my style and approach to photography, Bret and Liz specifically requested a larger amount of ‘reportage’ shotsContinue reading “Orange Shoes and Zip Wire Skittles”

2016 Wedding Season Kicks Off

May Bank Holiday weekend saw the return of my wedding season with the marriage of Tina and Wayne.  A church wedding held at the John Pounds Unitarian Church in Old Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. I always try and look at a wedding from a different perspective, I’m not just a photographer but a thinker on photographyContinue reading “2016 Wedding Season Kicks Off”