Studio

Studio is the latest book by best-selling author and designer, Sally Coulthard, published by Jacqui Small, and I'm delighted to have several images included in it. The Observer described the book as:  "a book that really celebrates the personality and...

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Wakehurst

I thought I'd planned things quite well, having two shoots in Sussex on the same day. I'd booked out much of the day to shoot a home in Burgess Hill, and was then booked to shoot a restaurant in Crawley, late afternoon and evening. The home, however was smaller than...

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Coverage

It's always a buzz, seeing your work in print, and nothing beats being featured on the cover. I've been shooting regularly for The English Home magazine for 3 or 4 years now, and the latest issue sees my second cover story for them. This wonderful dining room with...

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To Boldly Go

Shooting show apartments constitutes a large chunk of my work. Always sleek and sophisticated, often colour is used cautiously, understandably so as not to alienate potential buyers, and palates of silver, grey, oyster, and champagne predominate. They are of...

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Up The Elephant

One of the most memorable shoots of 2016, was a major development by Squire & Partners, at Elephant & Castle in South London. One The Elephant, as it's known, is a 37 storey residential tower built by Lend Lease. What made the three day shoot particularly...

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Christmas Stories

Norfolk and East Sussex were the locations of the two homes I shot for Christmas editorial features this year. I'd shot both before without their festive finery, so it's always a bit of a challenge to go back and reshoot, making them look sufficiently different....

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Twilight Zone

The clocks go back this weekend, and so for the next few months there will be more hours of darkness than daylight. And that beautiful blue twilight hour will soon fall at tea-time. I love taking pictures at this time of day, when the ebbing daylight is in perfect...

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Oxburgh Hall

I try to use my National Trust membership much as one uses motorway services. On a long drive across the country, they're wonderful places to stop, stretch your legs, and have a cup of tea. Ok, so you can't buy petrol, but then the price of petrol at motorway services...

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Skyline

You don't need me to tell you that land values and property prices have soared in hitherto undesirable parts of the capital. The best illustration of this is to take a look at Perkins Square in Southwark. You've probably never heard of it, though you will almost...

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