Nostalgia for summer

Summer nostalgia now winter has fully set in.

I miss the light and so does my camera.

Right now looking back on these photos from Greenwich we feel like Sebastian and Aloysius from Brideshead Revisited.

“If it could only be like this always – always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe and Aloysius in a good temper…”
― Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited






Photo shoot for Ashanti Pirate by Friday Born Designs

A couple of weeks ago I photographed designs by the talented Emma,

It was a really fun shoot that took place in West London. Here’s some of my favourite photographs from the day:


A behind the scenes video was shot by Julian:

More photographs can be found here and the t-shirt can be bought here.

My photographs of the Wiener Library

I’ve photographed two exhibitions at the Wiener Library this summer. The Wiener Library is a wonderful archive for the holocaust and Nazi era. As well as being a great source of material for study around this era, the building in Russel Square also puts on exhibitions for viewing.

I photographed the summer exhibition on ‘Wit’s End: The Satirical Cartoons of Stephen Roth’ in June and later the reading room exhbition on German-Jewish fraternities from 1930.

My photographs were featured on Wiener Library’s social media streams.


See below for more photographs and see here for more information about the Wiener Library.


Hackney Wicked



Today I ventured into Hackney Wick properly for the first time for Hackney Wicked Art Festival. Photography often provokes me to explore new places, but I have to confess I am not a great fan of this area and most of the art I saw. Nonetheless, it is a colourful place that comes across well on camera, so I am pleased with the photographs I took. (Which is fortunate as it means it wasn’t a complete waste of time!)

Africa Fashion Week London 2013

Africa Fashion Week London 2013

   Africa Fashion Week is a yearly event that combines three of my greatest interests: Africa, fashion and photography. Always taking place in the East End, the event never disappoints in creating a colourful explosion which is a delight to … Continue reading