Tag Archive: photography

Photography, Chemotherapy and Priorities

An image and memories from December 2009

Join us in London tomorrow evening

Invitation to join us at the Private View of an exhibition of my students’ images

No Better Metaphor starts on tuesday

Better late than never? An introduction to the exhibition of my work which will start on July 3rd in a cafe in Leytonstone, London.

To Crop Or Not To Crop

This post discusses cropping and helps you understand the pros and cons of cropping for those who are learning more about photography

Shoot a better USi (Group Selfie)

Back in July I was asked to give some quotes on how to shoot group selfies for a high profile brand which turned out to be Coca Cola. My direct quotes were edited… Continue reading

Chitra Visweswaran #Quote #Flamenco #Dance #DanceQuote

This week’s inspirational dance quote is by Chitra Visweswaran; “Every art is the expression of the ‘here and now’ when you elaborate its natural dynamics. Dance is movement, literature, archaeology, mystery, music, painting,… Continue reading

My wishes to you in 2015

I’ve learned a lot in 2014; about myself, about others, about dance, film, photography, diet and health. This photograph of the wonderful Tommy Franzén and Zenaida Yanowsky in a film short (Leda and… Continue reading

Álvaro #flamenco #ronniescotts #dance

“I like it when he looks like Jesus” said Cherry, with whom I was at España On Fire at Ronnie Scott’s on Sunday. I asked her because she had never seen Álvaro Guarnido… Continue reading

7 things to consider before asking me for something for free

  I’ve written this post in response to the many people in the dance industry who have asked me for free images (3 of whom have done so, just in the last 3… Continue reading

Open letter – why I charge dancers for my photos #copyright #earningaliving

No #WordyMonday today. It might be the anaesthetic (I had major surgery last week) but I’m really tired of this kind of thing, so after having had three very nice, measured and considered… Continue reading