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Category Archives: Lincolnshire Photographer

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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Lincolnshire Garden Marquee Wedding Photography

Lincolnshire Garden Marquee Wedding Photography Here are a few photographs from Alice and Alistair’s stunning wedding starting with the getting ready and finishing with some impressive dance moves. The flowers by Poppy Vincent were magnificent as was food by Winteringham Fields which even featured an outside cookery demonstration area and oyster bar. Alice & Alistair’s wedding broke the […]

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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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Fast Bowler James Pattinson in the sunday times

Here are my portraits of Australia fast bowler James Pattinson as published in The Sunday Times. James is uniquely positioned to give the England team a headache should he picked for the forthcoming Ashes tour as he is currently playing for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club gaining an insight into England’s top cricketers. He already has 36 […]

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Lincoln City FC’s amazing FA Cup run

Lincoln City FC’s amazing FA Cup run which culminated in a quarter final match against Arsenal at the stunning Emirates Stadium captured imaginations around the world. The non-league side beat Guisley, Altrincham, Oldham, Ipswich, Brighton and Premier League side Burnley to become the first non-league team in 103 years to reach the quarter finals. The team, the […]

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