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Photography Presentation: Greg Funnell

Almost every single time I’m writing a blog post I’m wandering where time went. In this specific post I wanted to write about a photography presentation by Greg Funnell that I went to on the 12th of February, and that was already well over a week ago! Thanks goodness ‘late is better than never’, and […]

New Year, New Resolutions

First up: Happy New Year everyone! I know it’s not common to still be saying that halfway through the first month, but what the heck. I hope everyone has had a good Christmas and an even better New Years Eve. We did… nothing! Sitting at home with food and video games, because that’s how we […]

Winter Updates

So after completely ignoring my blog for a near 2 months and NOT telling you the dates or locations for the Etsy shop – I think you may well have guessed that I’ve been kept very busy. I have been working my days at the Antique Attic, we’ve organised and put together 2 pop-up shops […]

Wet Plate Photoshoot: Lara Alice

Straight after the shoot with Alp on a Tuesday, I would photograph Lara Alice on the Wednesday. She also knows all of the guys (Wil especially) and has a healthy interest in photography. I showed her the process and some of the plates that I did with the guys and we set to work. The […]

Love Lacock photo competition

After the wet plate weekend in Lacock I entered my last image into their local competition, category ‘traditional photography’- and I had a reply!   “Hello, > > I am delighted to say we have chosen your photograph as one of the 5 finalists in the Traditional Photography category of the Love Lacock photography competition. […]

Wet Plate Photoshoot: Wet Plate Camping

In the last weekend of August 2014, Tony Richards organised a social wet-plate gathering for all those from the UK and Ireland. Wet-plating would be optional, having a pint in the local pub would not be! 🙂 After packing my gear, I drove for nearly 3,5 hours to the Bank House Farm Campsite in Derbyshire […]

Wet Plate Photoshoot: Weekend at Lacock Abbey

On the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of August 2014, ten wet plate photographers would gather from all corners of the UK to spend two days at Lacock – once the home of Henry Fox Talbot- and I was pleasantly surprised to be invited (Thanks Tony & Mark). After a gruelling drive on the […]

Wet plate series: …From the Grave

A few posts back, I hinted at a new wet plate series that was being made. The series are centered around flowers, collected from local graves. The idea behind it is the questions of morale – is it OK to take from the dead? In this case they are ‘just’ flowers that ‘just’ happen to […]