It’s always crazy crazy times at Llanwrtyd Wells. The town never seems to sleep. If it’s not bog snorkelling then  it’s running with Pints of beer  or pulling chariots with bikes or some crazy scheme to make people come to the smallest town in Wales.     A few weeks ago it was the turn […]

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hay! We had to put a small presentation together of my press, PR and sports photography for a new client   this week of some work that we had done. It seems a shame not to share it with you all so take a look here…. It’s some of my favourite shots from the past […]

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Something you will never find me getting bored of as a photographer is getting my pictures used in the National Press. This cutting is from the Times and is of a very frosty Laugharne Castle. It was taken early morning on the 20th of January 2016 and shows the sun hitting the side of the […]

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I love photographing people who have done something Extraordinary, and as a press photographer my work allows me to places and allows me to meet people I would not normally get to meet – It’s always a privilege to meet people who you know have got that extra something. After a hard day’s taking pictures […]

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Last week I had the pleasure of photographing artist Anthony Rhys for an article in welsh language magazine Golwg. Anthony  is currently holding an Artist Anthony Rhys is currently holding an exhibition in Oriel Myrddin Carmarthen. The exhibition is based on the town’s renowned Felon’s Register. in Carmarthen’s Oriel Myrddin. The exhibition is based on the town’s […]

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This is the first in a series of blog posts I’m going to post under the title #thegrindstone. It’s going to be a series of blog posts about the working day. I had the recent pleasure of photographing Andy Roland’s of Cranc Cyclesport in my home town of Carmarthen, West Wales for the Guardian Newspaper. […]

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