People either loved her or hated her, ex-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. I wanted to create a project that captured those feelings. So I’m up at 3am and a 200 mile drive to London for the funeral. 6.30am people and press are already surrounding St Paul’s Cathedral. [ see project ]
I drive past this barn most days and love the grey weathered boarding. Today is a particularly gloomy drizzly day and I stop to take a quick shot.
I wanted to capture the muted colours and flat light of a January morning. Photo is taken on my iPhone.
Exploring pattern-making potential with iPhone image.
Exploring abstract colour and textures using iPhone images.
It is always a great privilege to photograph actors. I watch on in huge admiration as they lay bare their souls on the stage for all to see. Photo: Christopher Dingli as Alonso in The Tempest. (Shots are taken during live shows, without the use of flash and mostly from a distance of 25 to 30 feet).
Photo taken from a distance of at least 30 feet without flash and during a live open-air performance.
I spent today at the Ripon Classic Car Show as part of my project The Summer of 2012. Sometimes the rain can be a blessing and I couldn’t resist this shot.
For 6 months I have been photographing the process of destruction. The Wireworks has almost gone. It’s allowed me to produce a series of images that I would not have been able to imagine. Observing the careful, piece by piece demolition and the materials being saved for recycling has been fascinating. I will probably make one or two final visits in the next week.