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Farnham Memorial Hall opening
Farnham Memorial Hall opening
March 11, 2019
Just sent over the latest shots for the opening of Farnham's Memorial Hall opening. Jeremy Hunt was 3 hours late but the guest who stood in for him was brilliant. It's never dull being a photographer and though not all ...
Events
Community Carers at their Best
Community Carers at their Best
February 16, 2019
I’ve never been to Maidstone. It has it’s issues like most UK towns. So when I ventured down to meet and photograph some community workers sorting out their local community centre, I had no idea what to expect. I found ...
Portrait
Two birds one cuppa...
Two birds one cuppa...
January 17, 2019
…Tea and Ok, it was a few more than 2 chickens. I use to own a few chickens. They’d scratch around our garden and the kids and Bailey loved them. Sadly the fox got hold of them and that was ...
Animals
Portrait
Tweed, Moustache and Awesome Bikes
Tweed, Moustache and Awesome Bikes
October 1, 2018
The morning birdsong was improved with the roar of 300 bikes and a load of tweed riding into Guildford on Sunday. It was the annual Gentlemansride to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and men’s mental ...
Events
Motorcycles
Portrait
Candid Headshots for Rebrand
Candid Headshots for Rebrand
September 19, 2018
These have just been sent over to the client. They wanted relaxed, non studio profile shots taken for their rebrand. Taken on the hottest day on record, under an umbrella acting as a diffuser to tone down the crazy harsh ...
Portrait
Harvesting the Hops
Harvesting the Hops
September 3, 2018
It’s amazing what you discover on your doorstep. I never knew the only hop farm in Surrey was just down the road. So I decided to pop over (with permission) and shoot the harvesting process of the main ingredient to ...
Food
Super Fast Cover Shoot
Super Fast Cover Shoot
August 8, 2018
Need a cover shot done with 30 minutes of warning and a 4 hour deadline to edit and work up final images? Then it seems I’m your man. After finding me on google for top local photographers, Waverley council dropped ...
Portrait
Published
Bonus for my sister-in-law
Bonus for my sister-in-law
July 30, 2018
The added bonus of asking my nephew to assist on a corporate shoot is his mother gets a great photo of her camera shy son.
Portrait
Shitting 'Teddy Bear'.....But Still Cute
Shitting 'Teddy Bear'.....But Still Cute
July 1, 2018
This little fellow popped over to meet Bailey and the cats to get socialised. Couldn’t resist getting the camera out. The blue chair comes out to play once more, this time for Rufus, the 3 month old pup. That’s a ...
Pets
Way too much Lycra
Way too much Lycra
June 20, 2018
No one should be subjected to this much lycra clad gentlemen, but I braved the trauma to photograph a recent cycling charity event. The event raise over £200k, so the images that are now burnt on to my retina’s was ...
Events
Local Lad Does Good...
Local Lad Does Good...
April 27, 2018
Just when you think it’s all done and dusted, you see your photo on the front page of the surrey advertiser. Here’s what they said. “Paul Clifton, from Godalming, was highly commended in Politics of Food category at the Pink ...
Published
Hanging out with Giants
Hanging out with Giants
February 16, 2018
Braved the cold this morning to hangout with the England team while they trained and a couple of VIP’s joined in. Twickenham stadium was a buzz with pre season training and royalty decided to pop over to join the spectacle.
Events
Sport
Shackleton Like Frostbite for the Perfect Shot
Shackleton Like Frostbite for the Perfect Shot
January 17, 2018
So the results of standing barefoot in freezing water for 2 hours are out. Latest portrait for Waitrose can be seen in this weeks magazine. Spare a thought for the poor farmer whom I asked to continually dip the watercress ...
Published
School shot gets international notice
School shot gets international notice
January 14, 2018
Getting there. This time I achieved ‘Honourable Mention’ in the Professional category for Photojournalism. Not bad as the International Monochrome Awards had 87 countries enter. So here’s the ‘winner’.
Awards
Selling work across the world
Selling work across the world
December 5, 2017
One of the great aspects of being an artist in the modern world is when you create great work it gets noticed by those you’ll most likely never meet. The motorcycle project did just that. If you find yourself in ...
Motorcycles