Yesterday I covered the last game of the The #16-17 Season at the Liberty Stadium. Another year of the #premierleague is over for the Swans. And this man finished in style. Actually, I think the entire #swans team finished in style. Paul Clement and his team have worked extremely hard over the past few months […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
Just catching up on the blog with some photographs from Swansea City v Arsenal FC at the Liberty Stadium Swansea. Ashley Williams of Swansea waves to the crowd as he leaves the pitch Arsene Wenger, Arsenal Manager looks disgruntled as he leaves the technical area at the Libery Swansea City Manager Garry Monk Looks […]
“Look, matey, I know a dead parrot when I see one, and I’m looking at one right now. No no he’s not dead, he’s, he’s restin’! Remarkable bird, the Norwegian Blue, idn’it, ay? Beautiful plumage!” What a great excuse to bring out a few Monty Python jokes and the famous dead parrot sketch on on my […]
After an early Saturday morning start it was time for a trip to mid Wales to cover this years Man V Horse event at Llanwrtyd Wellsin Powys. The event attracted well in exess of 200 runners and 50 horses and riders. The course is run over 22 miles in and around the footpaths lanes and rivers of the local countyside. This year Sly Dai, ridden by local girl Llinos Jones won the event, finishing some 10 minuites before Bristol based man Haggai Chepkwony. It’s safe to say I won’t be trying the marathon next year! Although I have to say I will be keeping a close eye on the Green Events Website. ( And by the way thanks ever so much to Bryn Celyn Guest house. Thanks for the tea and hob nobs! ) See you for the bog snorkelling !!!!!