One of my pictures of Nigel Farage drinking tea at the Churchill Club in Central London has been used on a full page on the cover of The Observer’s ‘The New Review’ section today.
Yesterday I covered two very different events. In the morning -World Pride, the LGBT parade and festival, with over 25,000 people marching through Central London, forty years on from the very first Pride London march. And in the afternoon ‘The Chap Olympiad’, an event which sees competitors take part in games such the ‘Cucumber Sandwich… Continue reading A sense of pride
For a few months now I have been waiting for an excuse to photograph the branding on a nearby branch of Barclays Bank – the moment presented itself this week with all the going’s on at corporate level in the company. I quite like the result, it’s very simple but effective.
Here’s a picture in today’s i newspaper. I took it a few months ago on Salisbury Plain when Philip Hammond the Defence Secretary visited a regiment shortly before deployment to Afghanistan. Yesterday he announced cuts to the Army, dramatically reducing it’s size.
Here’s a picture I took using the Nikon 24mm 1.4 at the Hampton Court Flower Show. It’s a beautiful lens.