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Oscillation – architectural art installation

As part of the annual summer public art installation and cultural festival known as the “Voyage à Nantes”, I had the pleasure of being commissioned to photograph the Oscillation project, situated in the up and coming thriving area known as the “ Quartier de la Création”, or if you wish, the Creative Quarter.

The Mélenchon show comes to town

With just under a week to go to the first round of the French presidential election, the leading figure on the (alternative) left, Jean-Luc Mélenchon was heading into town. I was keen to find out for myself what was behind the astonishing surge in popular support

A Sunday at the Hellfest music festival

Just 25 kilometres south of where I live, France's third largest music festival, Hellfest, attracts over 150,000 followers from over 70 countries, year on year. The picturesque town of Clisson, with its Italian renaissance features, and historically the southern most point of ...

Designer David Pearson makes a hit in Nantes

London-based designer David Pearson, renowned on both sides of the Channel and internationally , for his innovative book cover designs, most notably with Penguin and Zulma publishing, was in Nantes last week to reveal a bit more to the initiated and wider public alike.

St.Edward’s University science trip

Having first had the pleasure of collaborating with this prestigious Texan university last year in Angers, as part of their studying abroad programme, I was delighted to be asked to cover a special trip to the UK organised

ECV design school open day

Patrick Hermand, founder director of the ECV schools, came to Nantes on January 24th to officially open the school's new premises there, which coincided with the Open Day preview, exhibiting a high quality selection of the students work across all the years.

2016 Graduation for ECV graphic design students

After 5 years of sweat and tears, highs and lows, and endless hours of perfecting their creative skills, 30 students received their diplomas this 14th June. A final validation of their talents, before heading out into the professional world of art direction, publishing, web development or whatever other graphic design related jobs await them.

London Zoo revisited

When I was starting out as a photographer I was fortunate enough to visit a Garry Winogrand exhibition and his work made an immediate and lasting impression on me. His ability to get in close, his knack of capturing people's expressions at their most unguarded,

Jean-Marc Ayrault at Alstom

The French Prime Minister officially launched, on January 21st, the beginning of work on the construction of Alstom's offshore windfarm Haliade project at Montoir de Bretagne.

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English freelance photographer based in Nantes, France. Street Photography, Editorial and Corporate Commissions, Documentary Work and Artistic Projects. Humour is my guiding force.

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