May 26, 2021
It was a great pleasure to film Trevor Lee’s 44 mile run from Lizard Point to Land’s End last weekend. The day started early, cold with sideways rain then slowly improved through the day ending in bright sunshine, four seasons in 12 hours! Anna, of www.exposurephotoagency.com (who provided 2nd camera and edited the film) and […]
February 9, 2021
In these unprecedented times it pays to think outside the box. Rowes Bakery have taken the box theme and put their pasties in them and they’re sending them to customers via their online sales service.
The Captain’s House at St Michael’s Resort, Falmouth is an eight bedroomed house at the highest point of the resort which has just been totally refurbished and designed to match the high standard of the rest of the accommodation.
It’s good to be back supporting my clients in any way I can. Businesses are starting to get ready for opening in a few weeks so I’m busy shooting food and interiors for some of my hospitality clients.
It’s been thirteen weeks now of lockdown by my calculation. However long Coronavirus keeps us behind closed doors the world still needs to turn and business will have to go on in some form or another.
April 29, 2020
Padstow has become a bit of a Mecca for Foodies over the last twenty years or so with the proliferation of top Chefs including Michelin starred Paul Ainsworth at No. 6. Following the success of their Islington, London restaurant, in 2015, Rick and Katie Toogood brought their Seafood restaurant Prawn on the Lawn to the […]
Chef Michael Caines has taken over at the Cove at Maenporth, Falmouth. I spent a few frenetic hours shooting as much food, portraits and details as I possibly could to get some images for the new website which goes live this week (16th March).
Simon Hulstone has held a Michelin Star at The Elephant, Torquay since 2004. Not many Chefs can boast that!
A fairly unassuming looking bungalow off the beaten track at Constantine Bay near Padstow is as deceiving to the eye as the Cornish weather.
The brief was to shoot two elements; the huddlebox which was in a dark area used for VR testing. This needed a little subtle lighting to lift the darker areas out of shadow and separate them from the dark background.