The times they are a changin'I remember my Grandad Bill well, though many years have passed now since he left us. ShockView full post »
Make sure you grab a place for October if you have been promising yourself to get to grips with your DSLR.
Now is theView full post »
We all know a culprit when we see one. Wedged into a pair of jeans two sizes too small. Waddling uncomfortably.View full post »
I became a parent exactly 4 years, 3 months and 14 days ago and it began a journey into the unknown that would beView full post »
I was ecstatic recently to be amongst the 18 placed winners of out of over 2000 entries in the Annual 2015View full post »
What a Wonderful World.
Who isn’t familiar with how Louis Armstrong puts the message across in his ownView full post »
I’m ridiculously excited about the launch of my Click 101 DSLR course starting in September. Many of you may notView full post »
I read some interesting facts the other day about twins.
1) They do not have identical fingerprints
2) 40% of twinsView full post »
Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when theView full post »
I had a family shoot recently at the Souq with a fantastic Mum and Dad and their very adorable baby boy and his bigView full post »
Its turtle hatching season and I was pleasantly surprised to see that the beach had been fenced off to allow theView full post »
I had the absolute pleasure of spending last Friday morning with BillyJo and her beautiful family. They never moanedView full post »
What’s in a portrait? My love of photography is deeply rooted in my love for portrait photography. I love how inView full post »
Another eventful week of Easter egg hunting, souq visits and one ginormous sandstorm that turned our living room into aView full post »
One of the most obvious differences between the Middle East and back home is the colours you see on a daily basis. HomeView full post »
The temperatures are creeping up in Qatar and before you know it we will be hibernating once again like aView full post »
We went to the beach in Doha last week. It wasn’t perfect.
I have very fond memories of our trips to the beachView full post »
Ok. So I’m a bit behind. But I have good reason. I was on a much needed holiday with the family and good friendsView full post »
Sometimes you just come across someone who restores your faith in humanity. Someone whose kindness makes theView full post »
One of the wisest moves I ever made regarding my photography was to start a 365 project. I remember reading about it onView full post »
There are so many great places to explore in Doha. I’ve been here 6 months and I’m ashamed to sayView full post »
I don’t know about you but I hate that moment at weddings when it comes to a group photo and everyone is jostlingView full post »
“To me photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinaryView full post »
Ah sure…let’s go to Zubarah. It’s only a short hop away says I at 3:15pm. We were on a mission toView full post »
Ansel Adams was a pure genius. He expresses the art of photography so well. Unearths things about why I chose to be aView full post »
I’ve heard it all now. We headed out 40kms North of Doha yesterday evening to discover a bit of the country weView full post »
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