Sometimes I question am I doing the right thing, am I on the right path?
It’s hard when you’re so passionate about something, but people suggest you try different jobs to make money. ‘Forget it, it ain’t gonna happen,’ I have always believed that I have to become a Photographer, to share my vision with others. But to ultimately love what I do and can paid for it. Surely that’s a gift in itself, working but loving what you do.
If ever I get in doubt, feel like I’m maybe falling off track. This video of Steve Jobs’ speech at Stanford University, reminds me to keep going and that I am right to trust my gut.
Snowy weather. Self portrait.
If you know of anyone in South Wales in need of a Wedding Photographer, send them my way xxx
I cannot believe I haven’t shared this ongoing work with you. I decided to work with two of my friends who are massive DC comic book fans. I know bit about Batman and Superman and even various other characters. But these two knew all the little details. It was lovely to bounce ideas around, suggest things and they seeing yes or know. It was even more fantastic to have them play Superman and Batman.
On a Sunday in June we decided to walk around our hometown and take a few shots in different locations. It was funny seeing peoples reactions and even funnier seeing Children’s reactions as they gasped it was as if they couldn’t believe their own eyes. Well here are a couple of shots from my ongoing series, our next shoot will be a Superhero crime scene.
It’s crazy the work I stumble upon and can’t believe how I haven’t seen it before. Kristian Schuller’s work is beautiful, I find it exciting, it really makes me think of new ideas. I am sort of speechless, this photo is just ‘WOW’.
This year I got to spend three amazing months in the USA. 10 days of which I spent in New York City. This is the view from the Empire State Building. I miss the City so much and my thoughts go out to my friends and anyone effected by Sandy!
For me research is key, I find inspiration in so many different medias. Here is one from Ben Templesmith. I find his work beautiful, exciting and challenging, it really makes me think of new and fresh ideas for my photography work.