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Category Archives: Portraiture

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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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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‘Music For Life’ Exhibition at Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre

The Michael Powell photography exhibition ‘Music For Life’ is coming soon to the Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre. I will be hanging the pictures this week and the whole exhibition will be on show until the end of August. More information on my project to come. You can visit the centre here:         […]

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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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Leicester City star Shinji Okazaki in Sunday Times

The Sunday Times had used my portrait of Leicester City star striker Shinji Okazaki over a half page and online here. The only location available to me was a meeting room at their training ground and had to fit in with various interviews. My three lights were set-up in silence during  TV interviews which meant I […]

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