Brighton in the Autumn

A couple of days away by the sea was the perfect way to recharge in the middle of a pandemic! I’ve always liked taking pics of old sea side towns in the winter and have a soft spot for Brighton and the Sussex coast.

Black and white images of Brighton front in September.
Black and white pictures of Brighton

The Scallop at Aldeburgh

Is one of my favourite sculptures, designed by local artist Maggi Hambling dedicated to Benjamin Britten (composer who spent much of his life in Aldeburgh). It stands approx 15 feet high and can be found on the beach just up from Aldeburgh town. I love how the light changes how it looks, how clouds can darken the shadows and the sun can make the surface glimmer. As I stood setting up my camera children scurried and peaked out from under it, couples leaned up to take a selfie against it and families gathered around it.

Photography studio is open for business…

Babies head is between parents head laying down facing the camera, the parents are kissing his cheeks either side.

and I have a new website for my family photography.

One of the good things to come out of this strange and worrying time is that I have had time to focus on one of my websites and with fantastic IT support from Tony Merryfield I have created a new site for The Family Photographer. Please take a look if you want to book a shoot or have any questions about Covid 19 (you will see info on each page of the website).

Coronavirus Info

CORONAVIRUS INFO: My studio is currently still open, however because of the recent government recommendations if you have a shoot booked with me and would prefer to defer your shoot to another date you are free to do so.

For clients who still wish to go ahead I would like to reassure you that I am taking the following precautions for each shoot.

1) Not shaking hands on arrival

2) Washing my hands between each shoot

3) Disinfecting door handles after each shoot

3) Maintaining the recommended 1 meter distance from other people