Phil

Phil Doyle has always been one of my favourite people to capture photographically. I would argue its fair to say that Phil was amongst the first to embrace the renaissance esque period of Parkour when the possibilities of leg-based movements were first truly elaborated on. Striding on rails and hurdle-precisions have only recently come into […]

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Cambridge/Wales

These are a collection of Landscape images shot both in Cambridge and Wales. It was quite eye-opening for me to move from the relative flatness of the fenland areas to such a hilly and veritically diverse area. Photographically, Wales is paticurlarly beautiful with powerful beaches and a rustic and untamed majesty. To contrast, Cambridge offers […]

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Capo Visits Cambridge

When my good friend Nick Whitcombe, otherwise known as ‘Capo’ first visited Cambridge, I was really excited to show him the city. Unlike the relatively angluar training areas around Moreton, Cambridge offers a real mix of awkward architecture and verticality unlike any other city I have yet trained in. Here are three images from the […]

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Little Secrets

Here are a collection of Black & White movement images that I have experimented with coloured gradients with. My black and white work is usually processed in a high-contrast, heavy black manner and whilst this can produce very powerful images, it doesnt work for every photograph I take. Sometimes, there is a middle ground wherein […]

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London One

London has been a gravitas for the Parkour community since the art first hit the UK. Proving urban, spacious and fairly central to the majority of the southern areas, especially in terms of public transport, the city has become a world renowned hotbed for movement. Iconic locations appear in videos from travelling traceurs all the […]

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Urban Torchwavers

Austin Phillips and Jack Reader were generous enough to run around waving torches for me on a cool spring night. Shoots like this are always really enjoyable as this was the first experience of Long Exposure photography for either of them and as a result they took a large level of control in how they […]

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