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It was a privilege to see HRH Prince Edward at The Door this morning.

EDW_0110aHe chatted with Brendan, and was very engaging with some of the youngsters who have been helped by the team through some very difficult times.


Looking forward to seeing as many of you as can make it tomorrow.

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This is an amazing montage of the Severn Bore sweeping though Gloucestershire, up the UK’s longest river.

SevernBorePanThe bore can be seen on the right-hand side of the picture as it rounds the ox-bow bend in the river.

This would make a wonderful gift or memento from the glorious Cotswolds.

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This is one of a set of photo’s taken on a beautiful August evening.












The sky was a cloudless dark blue, the air, wonderfully fresh, the client very happy…

I had a university student enquire about doing a product shoot for his new venture, Dapper For Men.  In the business world, we like to help one another, so after a bit of chat, we selected a few watches, sunglasses, cuff-links etc & took some shots for his fledgling website.  I hope that as his range of gifts increases, his business will really take off.


It was an excellent opportunity to see the work that has been going on at the Capel Mill section of the canal restoration this weekend – and unless you’re unfortunate, the only chance to walk IN the canal….










Looking forward to Dave Marshal’s presentation at breakfast on Monday morning with the Stroud & District Business Club…

I had a madcap day this week when TOM ELLIOTT burst into my studio for his photo-shoot.

Out came the props – balloons – additional hands – rubber chickens – LEMONS !












No ‘standard’ shots here, I had my own show – juggling – the works!  This man doesn’t stand still for a moment.

We just had to be creative, so in addition to the standard ‘white studio’, we used the Green-Screen set-up to good advantage, as you can see, with Tom in a lemon,  drinking lemonade, in front of some HUGE lemons.

This was one of the views from my window yesterday…






These can be some of the most difficult things to light.










Sometimes added colour gives a cold subject a little warmth.

It’s good to see a man who is outstanding in his field !

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