Haven't done this for a while but I've been off work for a month now due to a tragic sledging accident. This means I have had a chance to put my records in alphabetical order, make some stuff and have a massive clear out. Being on the sick is much more fun when you can still use your legs. A plus side of this is I found a few more polaroids so here are a couple, excuse the not so brilliant quality but our scanner at home isn't the best. Hopefully put some more up soon.
So Tim mentioned I would be unveiling something the other day.
We have started a blog over on tumblr. Everyday we will post a photo from our window of the transition from field to concrete. In the previous week things have really kicked off. Despite numerous protests and objections by the local community, the development has gone ahead.
Click here to view the blog.
In defence of street photography
Following a series of high profile detentions under s44 of the terrorism act including 7 armed police detaining an award winning architectural photographer in the City of London, the arrest of a press photographer covering campaigning santas at City Airport and the stop and search of a BBC photographer at St Pauls Cathedral and many others. PHNAT feels now is the time for a mass turnout of Photographers, professional and amateur to defend our rights and stop the abuse of the terror laws.