Spring was slow in unfolding

May 27, 2013

I’ve taken the opportunity of the late spring bank holiday weekend to have a couple of days’ rest and relaxation. It’s been a busy few weeks (and there are even more busy weeks around the corner) so the chance to stop rushing about, read a book, watch some TV and wander in the sun to […]

Otherwise engaged

May 20, 2013

It’s been a manically busy few weeks so I’m not going to write much today, just share some photos from some of the engagement sessions that I’ve photographed recently. In no particular order. 🙂 Rachel and Dan are getting married later this year in Cambridge. We went to a nature reserve near Basingstoke for their […]

Three men play many parts

May 13, 2013

It was a great pleasure to see the Reduced Shakespeare Company again last week. They are currently touring the UK with their show “The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged) (revised)” before they take up residence at the Leicester Square Theatre over the summer. This was the third time I’ve seen the Shakespeare show, albeit the first time […]

A precious jewel, untarnished by the passing centuries

May 6, 2013

The story chosen to represent the Peter Davison era of Doctor Who at the BFI’s 50th anniversary screenings was Caves of Androzani. It’s an odd choice, as it is unlike other stories being produced at the time. It’s a excellent story, an excellent script and very well directed. But it’s not fun. The few quips […]

Batty about Boffo

April 8, 2013

A couple of years ago my good friends Chris and Heidi set up their own theatre company, Boffo Theatre. As well as their own productions, they also run acting and musical classes for young people. A few months ago I spent a hectic Saturday photographing the three members of Boffo, Chris, Heidi and Carly, as […]