Arts Comeback – a special offer

No-one needs to be told how difficult the last few months have been for the arts. But we know that people are still hungry for cultural experiences. A survey by Indigo Ltd of audiences from 192 different arts organisations found that nearly three in every four respondents listed the buzz …

Cambridge Music Festival 2019

I made my first trip to the Cambridge Music Festival this month, photographing two concerts: I Fagiolini’s Leonardo: Shaping the Invisible and a performance by pianist/composer Zubin Kanga. If you want to influence future performances of wiki-piano.net, which ‘explores the nature of internet culture, using a website to allow the …

Pigeons On L’Edge

This show is for anyone who has ever had a useless boss or a demanding customer, anyone who’s ever been pushed to the edge by the 9-5, the 6-4 or the 2-11, anyone who just who needs a good laugh after a crap day at work. Pigeons on L’edge is …

The Quality of Mercy in Story

It’s amazing (and a little embarrassing) how much I miss sometimes while covering an event, being focused enough on the photography that the content passes me by. That said I left Michael Morpurgo’s lecture at St Martin-in-the-Fields with a sense that something very profound had been shared. Helpfully, St Martin’s …

Notting Hill Carnival 2019

I haven’t been able to make the last two carnivals, but I was delighted when Paraiso School of Samba gave me the green light to accompany them on the route. I managed to take a few photos before I melted in the heat.