I was at the Waterloo IMAX for a conference hosted by my company, and during the lunch break, had a wander out to Waterloo Bridge and the South Bank.
London Eye and Antony Gormley statue
Antony Gormley statues on the roof of the South Bank Centre
London Eye, Parliament, and Big Ben
Tolerated Grafitti under the South Bank Centre
The Invisible Man – Street Performer
The Blues – Street Performer
A few photographs taken on a social visit to Whitstable with friends.
Looking out to the Isle of Sheppey
Fish market by the docks
London artist Just Jack performing songs from his new album Overtones, at the St. John’s May Ball.
A couple of photos of Alex Boyd passionately conducting the Jesus College Orchestra, during Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue.
Another day, another photoshoot. Not that I’m becoming blasÃ© or tired, I’m really enjoying taking lots of photos of great models, and practising my portrait photography – something I’ve been meaning to do for a while now. Today’s model was Megan, an actress/director/choreographer, again from Homerton (do they only accept good-looking students?!), and while we weren’t blessed with the golden sunlight of magic hour, St. John’s College in overcast conditions still proved to be a great backdrop for a model with a “great face” (as everyone keeps commenting).
Here are the solo photos of Erica, taken during my last photoshoot with her and Adam.
With two recent photoshoots already receiving myriad positive comments (notably “who’s that girl?!”, of Rebecca’s photoshoot), I was approached by someone I’d photographed at Cuppers Athletics, asking if I could take some photos of her and her boyfriend. As if serendipity hadn’t already showed up enough in my life, here it came again – while I was taking the high jump photographs of Erica, I thought that she’d make a good model, and now I was presented with an opportunity to photograph her. And she certainly proved to be a great model. These photos are of her with her boyfriend Adam, and I’ll post some more shots of Erica posing on her own.
The photos were taken, as usual, at magic hour; this time in Emmanuel College’s gardens.