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Category Archives: Lincoln Editorial Photographer

Lincoln City F.C. charity event at Lincoln Engine Shed

Calling all Lincoln City F.C. fans. Tickets are now on sale for a charity fund raiser featuring Lincoln City F.C. managers Danny Cowley and Nicky Cowley at Lincoln’s Engine shed on Monday 19th March. The official poster features my portrait of them taken for The Times at the height of last year’s FA Cup run. The […]

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Lincolnshire Industrial photography for The Sunday Times

Some Lincolnshire industrial photography for The Sunday Times here from the British Steel works at Scunthorpe. One of the pleasures of working for newspapers is the sheer diversity of places and people I encounter. A steelworks is of course a potentially very dangerous place to work so it’s not often that non-employees are allowed in. This […]

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Nottingham Commercial Photography for Second Element

Nottingham commercial photography here from a recent commission for Second Element who are specialists in Legionella control and plumbing as well providing their self explanatory Drain Rescue service. Director, Richard Danielson took some ‘behind the scenes’ shots as we illustrated the team at work in various scenarios. The employee in the shot below even found himself […]

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Di & Andy’s RAF Cranwell Wedding

Congratulations Di & Andy. Unusually, this was a day off from being the official photographer as I was a guest but I still took a camera along to this superb RAF Cranwell wedding in Lincolnshire followed by the reception at Charlotte House in Lincoln. Working with just one camera and one prime lens, a Canon 85mm f1.8 is an […]

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Music For Life exhibition extended

Very pleased that my exhibition ‘Music For Life’ at Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre has been extended until the end of September. Admission is free and the centre has a wonderful cafe. There are 27 framed portraits of musicians from all walks of life. Please visit, have a coffee, peruse my portraits and spread the […]

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