Liverpool Trojans Baseball Cards
The Liverpool Trojans, established in 1946, are the oldest running baseball team in the UK. This project allowed me to design and produce a series of baseball cards for the team, in line with the established designs and layouts of the popular collectors cards available in the United States. More information on the team can be found HERE This project was exhibited March 2019 inside The Strand Shopping Centre in Bootle alongside the work of other photographers
Definitely Dolly Promotional Images
Here are a series of promotional images produced for one of the top UK Dolly Parton Tribute Acts, Definitely Dolly. Definitely Dolly is one of the UK's leading Dolly Parton Tributes. An authentic, interactive show filled with copious amount of humour, tailored to each event & always the right choice.
Real Techniques Brushes
Collaborative University project highlighting the professional brushes of Real Techniques
Williamson Tunnels
Collection of images capturing the look and feel of the secret tunnel network that exists beneath streets of Liverpool. The Williamson Tunnels are a series of extensive subterranean excavations, of unknown purpose, in the Edge Hill area of Liverpool, England. They are thought to have been created under the direction of tobacco merchant, landowner and philanthropist Joseph Williamson between 1810 and 1840. These images were taken on two visits to both the Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre, and also the sites of the Friends of Williamson Tunnels (FOWT) Both sites are available to visit and further information can be found online
Floristry
A selection of natural, posed and frozen floristry arrangements
Concept & Digital
Snippets from completed and ongoing digital projects
Street & Documentary
To some, street photography is a selection of images produced that feature unmediated chance encounters and random incidents. For me it includes not only this, but also people, places and structures that catch the eye.
Food
Food presentation and marketing images from recent projects
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