The Guv'nor

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This portrait was taken on a workshop I did with renowned street photographer Antonio Olmos. This was taken in Brighton, on the flea market held off the Laines in Brighton. This also forms part of my environmental series of photographs, and is part street portrait too.

Sebastian of "Scent The Florist"

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This portrait was taken on a workshop I did with renowned street photographer Antonio Olmos. This was taken in Brighton. This also forms part of my environmental series of photographs



Fush & Chups (saffa #justsaying bitches)

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A quintessential Brighton scene, Vesta Scooter, Seaside attraction. Fish and Chips with Mushy peas, Bank Holiday Mondays, booze and punch ups, Mods and Rockers, a timeless vista, the past reaching forwards and the present backwards, here we are now, whats changed, not a lot probably. 



Sam - Stall Manager North Laine Brighton

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This was taken two years back in Brighton, on a course hosted by renowned street photographer Antonio Olmos. This course was the beginning of a new approach for me towards my photography, and in particular street style. More of my street photography here

Neil - Keep on Trucking

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Photograph of Neil wearing the Unicorn Cap outside the Yellowave beach volleyball complex on Brighton Seafront. Part of an ongoing project and more about it on my website here:  
The Unicorn Project - Keep on Trucking 

Jim - Keep on Trucking

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Photograph of Jim wearing the Unicorn Cap outside the Crabtree & Evelyn of London shop, which is on the Lanes Brighton. Part of an ongoing project and more about it on my website here:  
The Unicorn Project - Keep on Trucking 

Its a Beige Bay thing

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Photograph of a Type 2 VW Combi Camper Van which I photographed in Brighton last year. I have a soft spot for these types of vans, as my wife and I drove a similar one around Australia in the late nineties which we affectionately called Nellie the Ellie as she was yellow and reminded us somewhat of an elephant. I was drawn to the composition here, as I liked the angle of the van, as well as how the colour seemed to match with the house behind, which I thought is was very co-ordinated on the owners behalf. 

Out to pasture

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Photograph of an old Range Rover Coupe and it looks like the owners cant quite bring themselves to be rid of it as it occupies a prime location in the front of their property in Brighton. I was drawn to the car, and how its square retro shape seemed to fit nicely within the context of the composition with all the square and rectangle shapes of the building. There is also the nice splash of pink flower nestled in the green weeds and grass, contrasting nicely with the yellow of the Range Rover and the white of the building against a blue late afternoon summer sky.

The emotions of travel

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This candid street scene was taken on Brighton Station last summer. In my street photography, I always like to try and create some sense and purpose, with space for the photograph to breath so to speak. I like how we have various groupings of people in this photograph, and they all appear set on their own purposes, and within their own thoughts.

Corner Piece

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Photograph taken in Brighton of an old retro Range Rover headlamp. I liked how the late afternoon sunlight was hitting the front of the car and I was also interested in the business premises behind and thought that this combination made an interesting composition.

Side Walk Menace

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Part of my ongoing exploring the automobile series on Flickr. Photo of a Porsche taken in Brighton last summer. I was drawn to to the diffused light reflecting on the metallic paint of the Porsche, and also the contrast of this high tech looking car against the back drop of Edwardian/Victorian suburban architecture. Also as the title suggests, there is a menacing shark like look to Porsche, as if its lying in wait.