Ellisa , with the long fingernails….

Another model that i had not worked with before, amazing fingernails, as you can see in some of the images. Another great night working with a new model, she took direction great.

Image’s where shot in the studio, nice and warm and a very cold lift, I was cold, and i had a jacket on, poor Ellisa was feeling the cold, but she never once complained, just got on with the job in hand.

Studio Shoot with Gia

Studio shoot with Gia, a very talented young model, who took direction well, and suggested her own poses. She was very up for whatever i asked her to do, within reason….

Another great session, with Gia, both in the studio and throughout the building. I did feel for her at times as the building was unheated and she looked frozen…… A true professional.

Studio Shoot

Recently did a studio shoot with the lovely Farrah Pyke. What an amazing model to work with, and with such photogenic hair.

The location was a studio in the Telsen bullring in Birmingham, plus the building itself, which at night and with a simple hand held LED lamp was very atmospheric…..

First time i had worked with Farrah, and hopefuly will not be the last.

A day with Shell

So way back in March, I did a shoot with a local model. First time working with her and in a studio I had not used before.

The images shown are a combination of a single flash and also using a ring light. Not used one before, seen lots of images taken with them, so I finally got the chance to use one. The catch-lights in the eyes are amazing, need to get one to add to my own small collection of studio lights, think I will be using one a lot in the future.

Shell was great to work with, very professional, and up for my strange requests when it came to trying different lighting set-ups.


A day with Debi – part one

October is blind awareness month, I was asked to do a shoot with a local model, Debi. Debi has retinitis pigmentosa  and is blind in the left eye with only limited sight in the right eye, that at some point in the future will also fail. The idea behind the shoot was to show that visually impaired people are able to interact and get out and about with everybody else, and also for people to be aware of the difficulty that they pose and to be able to recognise their needs and to be able to offer assistance if required. Some of the stories that Debi told me of incidents that have happened to her in the locality really shocked me, and I was horrified at the way the she, and people in her situation had/have been treated.

For the location we chose Wightwick Manor, in Wolverhampton, a fantastic backdrop of mock Tudor building and wonderful gardens, luckily we had perfect weather, so below are few images from the first session that we did, more will follow , as she had brought along a change of clothes, and we moved around the property.



A studio shoot

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A short while ago, I had a studio shoot with another local model. Mollee was another model that i found easy to work with. unfortunately, i had to leave early so did not manage to get a second session with her, so here are just of a few images from the first session, hope you like them…..Bum-1-2


Well a bit later than i anticipated, but here are a few more images of my location shoot with Kirsty.


She was awesome to work with, and I still have more images to go through….football getting in the way at the moment.

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An evening with a Minx….Part two

So finally got around to editing some more of the images with the Minx..I wonder sometimes if it would be easier to give up the day job and concentrate 100% on my photography… one can dream……

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A change from the norm….Part One

Over the weekend I did a location shoot with a local model, Kirsty.

By day she is a personal trainer and is very much into the female body build, going to the gym six days a week, where she finds the time from I do not know. However, this shoot was not a body build shoot, the idea and purpose behind this shoot was to show her feminine side, it only became apparent to me of her physical prowess during the shoot whilst in conversation with her.

She was very understanding, the day of the shoot was on the cool side and she was wearing summer clothes, I had requested them…so my fault, but she was very professional and did not raise any issues during the shoot.

The shoot lasted about 80 minutes in which time i managed to take over 200 images, OK so some will be destined to the delete button, but a high percentage will not, to say that she was great to work with, would be very much understating the fact, she was BRILLIANT….

I managed to get so many good images with Kirsty, that i will post them over up coming blogs, maybe three, maybe four…just keep watching….So here are a few of the first….




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