Documentary Photography

Projects

There were over 2000 mines in Cornwall but with time, reuse of land and decay, there are only some 200 engine houses to show for it. Before our very eyes lies a vast heritage that affects us here in the 21st Century.

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Series

What if this is the last time? That was the question I asked myself before I started to work on this mini series of images when I visited Fistral beach yesterday. Instead of documenting people, I found myself focusing on and photographing the details and beauty that I saw.

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There are 111 steps to the Jacobs Ladder in Falmouth, and only one place to rest. This is a series of photographs of images taken where people choose to rest on their way up or down the granite steps.

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On the 18th December 2018, the Russian ship Kuzma Minin slipped from its anchored position and ran aground on Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth. I documented some of the rescue with my camera.

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Being blessed with a view doesn't mean you appreciate it. This series is about trying to appreciate every day the view that we have.

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Snow doesn't come to Falmouth very often, but the Beast of the East dropped a lot of it in 2018. What is a photographer to do but to capture it and the people enjoying it?

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