Here you can find links to other related websites, projects, and talented people I've had the pleasure to be associated with.
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of mending broken pottery using resin and gold. Rather than try to hide the repair, this technique celebrates the damage, a philosophy which can be used in our own lives as well.
Donna, who runs Kintsugi Fusion, is a very talentented practitioner of this art and has adapted the technique to create some beautiful and unique items of jewellery, which I have had the privallage of photographing. (click on image to view website)
Hands, Head & Heart
This is an ongoing project of mine where I photograph artists in their studios. The title comes from the saying "a labourer works with their hands, an a craftsman works with their hands and head, but an artist works with their hands, head and heart. (Click on image to view dedicated website)
My Shrewsbury Magazine
My Shrewsbury magazine provides news and reviews for the people of Shrewsbury. I am proud to have been able to contribute to this publication both as a photographer and a writer. Click on the My Shrewsbury logo below to visit their website, and the picture to read my review of a Lloyd Cole concert.
The Shrewsbury Biscuit Podcast
Alex, from the Shrewsbury Biscuit Podcast is fast becoming a local legend. He has interviewed all sorts of people as well as raising money for local charities. I have contributed images to his website as well as being interviewed by Alex on more than one occasion. Click on the image to visit his website and the "Interview" button to here my interview.
Live music is a passion of mine, so I have been very lucky to combine this passion with my photography by working on the team of resident photographers at Shrewsbury Albert's Shed - live music venue. Check out their website by clicking Albert's face below.
Shrewsbury Folk Festival
I am happy to support this fantastic festival by being on the team of volunteer photographers. My images have been used on their website, on printed publicity, on their social media, as well as on the cover of a CD. Click the image below to view their website
Live music, nature, and photography. How could I not pass an opportunity involving all 3 by photographing this event in 2021. A delightful family festival that also included literature and environmental sustainability, I really enjoyed my time there, especially so and it was one of the first festivals to run post-pandemic. Check my dedicated page on their website by clicking the image below.