Whilst I've been taking some time out to transition to my next marketing role, I spontaneously booked a four day trip to Lisbon.Read More
Following my past post, 'Which film lab', I'm now solely scanning my film at home once it's back from the film lab.
For me, the benefits are that its cheaper, I can choose which resolution I'd like, they're not cropped, and I can do my own colour work from a better starting place.
Here's my guide on how to scan developed film at home.Read More
Four months ago, I made the move from Brighton to London, so I could start a new job in Marketing.
Here's an update of what I've been up to..Read More
So you've just gotten your first 35mm camera and you want to start shooting - which type of film do you use, is there a difference between them and what film is still being made?Read More
So you've just shot your first roll of film, or you're looking for a new lab? Where should you choose, do they all do the same job and what are you paying for?Read More
I thought I'd take the time today to show you what you can typically find in my bag, on a day to day basis.Read More
CineStill is the newest addition to my film fridge box and has now become my favourite film to shoot with; Here's why..Read More
Today, I'll be talking about shooting in pairs, combining wide shots with tighter detail shots, and why I love them.Read More
Today's post is about my favourite and most used analog camera, the Olympus XA2.Read More
It's been said that it's important to branch out creatively, and not just solely focus at your main creative endeavour; I think there is a lot to be said for this.Read More
Here's the first of a few books I'll be making from my journey to Hong Kong & Japan, from May/ June of 2016.Read More
This ones a bit after the fact, but still worth it.
After wanting to travel to the East for most of my life, in May I took a month off of my day job to embark on an amazing trip to Hong Kong & JapanRead More
After a bit of work, I now have a new portfolio, new blog, new everything!Read More