Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Its a bit windy down south


So the winters here

As if someone had turned on a light, the great British warm spell has gone. So lighten up, bang the clocks back, stick some chestnuts on the fire and embrace the wet weather for winter has arrived.
Can we really be positive about the British weather?
Sure we can. As a photographer, the light at this time of year is awesome. Low light and great colours - in my opinion you can't beat it.
Also, as a keen surfer, this is the time of year we longingly wait for: the cold winters days and long range forecasts pushing the swell up the channel, wondering if its powerful enough to generate good sized waves on our beautiful coastline.
and of course roasted chestnut's ... they are just terrific.
anyway here are a few images of the week
Seb X

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

A New Festival For Bournemouth


Wheels Festival comming soon

So today I headed down to the seafront to help shoot the promo shots for Bournemouth's newest festival coming in the May Bank holiday.
This will be one of Britain's biggest free wheels themed family events, it comprises of 3 days of high energy action across the town and seafront.
Vehicles include Classic cars, BMX, MX, F1 cars supercars and Monster trucks but to name a few.
It looks like a great event and this twinned with the airshow could put Bournemouth high on the list of places to visit during the summer months.
follow the link above for more info.
Meanwhile here's a few images from the launch day
Seb X

Sunday, 13 October 2013

Lawson at the BIC



So I headed down to the BIC on friday to cover the mighty Lawson, Paighton and Room94 for
And was really impressed , All 3 bands put on a great show and I bagged a handful of images too.
go to for the full review and images.
meanwhile here's a few shots from the night.
Seb X

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Jason & Lisa's Wedding


A little Portsmouth wedding


So this Friday we headed down to Portsmouth to photograph the wedding of Jason & Lisa.
A small family event with a handful of family and friends made for a lovely intimate wedding at the fabulous  historic Portsmouth register office, in Milldam House.
It was also great to see some familiar faces again as we had photographed previous family members some years ago.
A short ceremony followed by photographs in the garden, then off to Gosport for the reception made for a great day and a very happy bride & groom.
And here's a few images from the day X