Monthly Archives: April 2012

Bags Of Balls

As a photographer, Ben Watts has shot all the major publishing players, Vanity Fair, Vogue and various international magazines.  What do I like about his work? He has balls!  Not afraid of reverting back to his youth, every now and

Bags Of Balls

As a photographer, Ben Watts has shot all the major publishing players, Vanity Fair, Vogue and various international magazines.  What do I like about his work? He has balls!  Not afraid of reverting back to his youth, every now and

On The Moon

I Went For A Walk On The Moon

Location scouting for fashion shoots is almost as fun as shooting.  The long windy drives, checking out the local views, eating in fantastic cafes and bars and soaking up the local culture.  With this latest shoot I was after something

On The Moon

I Went For A Walk On The Moon

Location scouting for fashion shoots is almost as fun as shooting.  The long windy drives, checking out the local views, eating in fantastic cafes and bars and soaking up the local culture.  With this latest shoot I was after something

‘I Built A Time Machine…’

Ian Ruhter a former pro snowboarder just launched his “Silver & Light,” documentary, a journey of his most recent wet plate photography project. If this film does not inspire you to get out and shoot, rethink your love of old school photography, I

‘I Built A Time Machine…’

Ian Ruhter a former pro snowboarder just launched his “Silver & Light,” documentary, a journey of his most recent wet plate photography project. If this film does not inspire you to get out and shoot, rethink your love of old school photography, I

Suuurprise, bitches!

Palace Skateboards designs six-piece S/S12 collection in collaboration with Manchester sportswear giants Umbro. “I’ve always been reluctant to do any of those dumb obvious collaborations that make streetwear perverts happy: big garish headphones made out of Tyler the Creator’s bogeys or whatever.

Suuurprise, bitches!

Palace Skateboards designs six-piece S/S12 collection in collaboration with Manchester sportswear giants Umbro. “I’ve always been reluctant to do any of those dumb obvious collaborations that make streetwear perverts happy: big garish headphones made out of Tyler the Creator’s bogeys or whatever.

Magic Gerry

I spent the weekend working with Gerry Simms, a street magician sponsored by DC.  Gerry was looking for something maturer while still keeping the street feel.  Working alongside Emma Huges (Digital Retouch Artist) and Dave Mann (Lighting Specialist,) I brought

Magic Gerry

I spent the weekend working with Gerry Simms, a street magician sponsored by DC.  Gerry was looking for something maturer while still keeping the street feel.  Working alongside Emma Huges (Digital Retouch Artist) and Dave Mann (Lighting Specialist,) I brought