UPDATE – CANCELLED: Heads Up! Strobeam Lighting Seminar in London with Jonathan Ryan

Simple two light setup with the Strobeam G5

Simple two light setup with the Strobeam G5



For those of you who have seen my previous post on the Strobeam G5 and DL250  and maybe wanted to get up and personal with these new lights, and have a day of great value training with a top instructor, you may be interested to know that Jonathan Ryan is running a new location lighting course in London on the 29th of April. As someone who has been on one of these courses I can vouch for the value. For more details, and to sign up, click here (course now cancelled, sorry).

Alternative model shoot – Murder Mile Studio London

Ines South on the Chaise Longue

Lazy Days

It’s been a while since I got involved in a good old model shoot, so when my good mate and Wedding assistant Will Graham decided to arrange a shoot in North London, I just had to be involved. An excellent day was promised via the booking of a really quirky studio, a number of excellent models and a few good mates of mine coming along to take part. Read on for more…

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Portrait photography at St Dunstan in the East, London – Featuring Will Graham

Portrait photography - Sinister


I was recently in London to see a Wedding Photography client. Whilst there I thought I’d meet up with my good friend and sometimes unpaid assistant Will Graham and do a quick visit into the city for some impromptu portrait photography… 

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Carl Spring – Zack Arias Onelight Workshop Attendee

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Caroline Yandell at the Zack Arias Onelight Workshop

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Richie Glynn at the Zack Arias Onelight Workshop

This is Richie, one of the helpful models at the Onelight…

Abi Amos

This weekend I took part in a lighting workshop run in London. This session was run by Zack Arias who is a very well known American photographer (and very, very talented too).

As part of this workshop, we got the opportunity to take some model photographs. This is one of mine. The model is Abi Amos, the lighting was a Nikon Speedlight, fired through a honeycomb grid. The background was a standard shipping container!

If you want a portrait session, and would like photographs like this, then get in touch and make a booking!