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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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 […]

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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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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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[ngg_images image_ids=182 width=1000 display_type=photocrati-nextgen_basic_singlepic] One thing I can do is talk, one thing I can’t do is write. which is why my mind and hard drive are full of pictures and my blog is flipping empty. There we are, that’s the way it goes. So, in an effort to rectify that here goes with a […]

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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 !!!!!

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For those of you who don’t already know, last weekend I spent most of my time topping up my non existent  suntan on the world famous Pendine beach. Nothing special about that? Well, there was a couple of notable things going on there last weekend . Firstly ( and more importantly for pendine )they have […]

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