Im not good with words, but I'm great with pictures......

Saturday 30 December 2017

Estepona Nudes

New Years road trip to spain resulted in the discovery of this EPIC building.
Why is it that unusual architecture always makes me want to take off my clothes?

Image one triggered by Dave
Image two is a 'selfie'.

Friday 29 December 2017

A Sheiks Ruin

This house has been abandoned for over 30 years.... 
Me ans Sophie spent an afternoon exploring its vastness.
These photos do not even touch on its size and grandeur, also, we were escorted out before our job was complete.
But here is what I managed to capture;


Sunday 24 December 2017


Since this beautiful woman moved to Spain, I dont get to spend nearly enough time with her.
Her family have joined mine for chrimbo and today we 
snuck away for a cheeky childless hour to a rocky spot behind my mums house to play with tubes of light.
Back in time for dinner. Winning.

Model; Sophie Alexi

Thursday 21 December 2017

Virgin Mary

Natasha made a request.
And her wish is my command.....
Here she is all kitsch and innocent as Mary Madgelene.
Merry Christmas, and Happy Solstice.
With thanks to Dominic for his assistance.

Sunday 10 December 2017

Sacred Geometry in stencil form

So after the success of the other night, 
I couldnt wait to try out another stencil.
This time with the beautiful Celia Di Martino
Massive thanks to Dominic Bell for his creative input and excellent assistance, and Natasha Hopkins for always being up for fun stuff.

 Laser cut stencils available to buy from the 'Rogues Gallery' shop on Glastonbury High street.

Thursday 7 December 2017

Mara and the Flower of Life

Playing around with stencils in our makeshift studio.
With the beautiful Mara Garoby,
and the help of Dominic Bell and Ian Miller
 As usual, all done in one exposure, no edits.

Monday 4 December 2017


Ive been wanting to photograph Hannah for a while now, she has one of those effortlessly beautiful faces and an effortlessly beautiful personality to match. In between squeezing in a million family visits we managed to sneak into the basement for some easy peasy chilled out light painting.
The results are below;