Posted by: Admin | January 17, 2011

Find what you love… Photoblog

There can be no better advice. I think I’ve finally found it – I now get to make images like this for a job, which means I get to hang out with lovely, positive, creative people all day and call it work! So today I thought I’d share some of my work with you.

You might recognise the subject as son no.2. One of the services I offer is photography for websites and he needed some up to date shots for his new website, that show a) who he is and b) what he does. Luckily, my services fell within his marketing budget ;0) You might not believe it from his expression (it’s hard work, oozing cool!) but we actually had a great time working on these yesterday – despite the lovely English drizzle!



  1. How bizzare – he looks quite a lot like me from the side and absolutely nothing like from the front? He also looks about 10 years younger but that’s not entirely surprising.

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