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Jerusalem in Milton Keynes

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Lady in red

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12th Sep 2009, 10:01   | tags:,,comments (9)

Raymond Blanc

in Milton Keynes yesterday to cook for the Wolverton and Greenleys community. Food was sourced locally from The Urban Farm Project. The event was staged at Wolverton Museum by Milton Keynes NHS and orchestrated entirely by my superstar friend Angela Rice (nice one Ange!)

I documented the whole event as the sole photographer. Raymond was charming, funny and easily one of the most inspirational people I have had the pleasure to photograph.

At several points I had to do all I could to stop myself from standing around and just listening to him, because his words were so inspirational. So much fun to shoot, especially the kids who really got into the food, especially the crumble!

Huge thanks to Clive for letting me get up close and personal. I almost burned my elbow on the oven at several points!

In your wheelhouse

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Spent this morning prepping at Wolverton Museum for a very special assignment there tomorrow. Top Sekrit!

Oh, I also started a new group blog for video entries. It's called 2minute Tour. Check out, join up and hit the record button... ; )
7th Sep 2009, 14:13   comments (24)


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Apparently they're making a comeback...

A bit bigger here:
2nd Sep 2009, 12:02   | tags:,comments (7)

Foot fetishist

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Working on some wedding photographs for a really wonderful couple. They had the most charismatic dog I think i've ever met. I want a pooch!

Fisheye Sunday!

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Following Wendle and Puddlepuffs lead.

I don't own a fisheye lens, but a makeshift one will do! Join us!

Take a break from getting better

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A friend of mine is home today after three months in hospital. He's very happy to be free. This was taken during his last week. With his ward buddy - a true character - Wes.

I did a photo essay on his recovery and i'm making a book from it. His transformation has been truly remarkable.