Saturday in norfolk are mostly about chilling out and just sleeping whenever possible and thats kind of what I’ve done. Yesterday we did the usual dog walk in the morning and then sat around watching films / rugby before heading out with Amy’s friend’s for a meal and stuff. its been the first time in like 6 months since amy has seen some of her friends so its was kind of like a mini reunion.

What I love about coming to norfolk is the kind of sea side town vibes you get, when we took amys dog dexter on the walk we took this path that takes you through a proper english caravan site, with all those static caravans, which this time of year look completely abandoned expect for those few dedicated caravan people, you then head into the sea side town of Sheringham which has some how survived this fate of so many other sea side towns around the country and is still booming, with local butchers and of course the arcade’s with those amazing basketball games and 2p machines but most of all you have to love the local pubs which feel like they have been there since the beginning of time. my favourite is the Welly and now they even have WIFI. who would have thought it.

Its kind of amazing what when you think about what has happened to sea side towns around the country in the past 15 years, a lot of them I feel like are making a come back and a pretty fast one at that, when you look at places like cromer, it must have lived on a knifes edge for a few years while its locals made the decision to move on or stay put and fight it out and try to keep cromer alive and to say that while walking round Cromer briefly yesterday new cafes are opening and smart restaurants are starting to appear. If I had some cash I would quickly buy some old flats overlooking the sea and in a few years I guarantee that those places will be worth a small fortune, especially in the holiday season. So everyone come to Norfolk and have a mini break, you wont regret it and probably wont break the bank doing it either.

Anyway heres some photos from yesterday.

– dexter on a dog walk, I think someone needs a drink of water? –
walking through a caravan site –
– at one of my favourite places in the world, The Welly pub / Cromer –




Firstly I just need to say that I have no idea how I’m going to get through the last 25 days of this photo blog challenge, about 100 days ago I was trying to think of a cool way to finish this, one idea I had was flying to somewhere like Mexico for the day or doing a big finale, but not my goal is just to complete 365 days. Days like today make that challenge harder than thats been for the past 339 days. I dont mean to go on about it but today has been especially hard because the whole day has been spent somewhere I cant photograph and then by the time I get home its 9:30pm. but I suppose thats there winners win right?

the past couple of days Ive been thinking of a new game plan, and ways that I can keep the photos creative and at a high standard, one idea Ive got is to make sure I take loads of photos on the weekend and then ration them out throughout the week. I know, thats not techincally three photos each day, but it still counts right? I think thats going to be my only way of getting through this without having to post terrible Iphone photos that lets be honest no one really wants to see.

If Ive learnt anything so far, it would have to be that I absolutely love photographing people and capturing moments between people mid conversation or if I can, while they day dream. So I think what ill do for todays photos is show you some other shots from Speakers corner, a place where people are deep in conversation with strangers about literally any topic.

I think this whole thing has become a group effort, if you keep reading the post and enjoying my photos. then maybe, just maybe we will come out the other side of this blog. right now Im scared that one day Ill just sleep for 60 hours non stop and miss few days. but until that day heres some cool photos of people deep in conversation.

– I would love to know if this conversation was based around a Macdonalds coffee cup –
– I dont think this man agrees with the statement made –
– this guy was just happy with life –


Im not really sure where to start with this one, new years eve was probably one of the best nights in a long long time. these last three days have been pretty incredible and spent with some pretty incredible friends. this blog post wont have anything from the actual party as all of that stuff is on a Go Pro, we put a Go pro up in the corner of the room and filmed the whole party so expect a highlights reel soon.

before the antics of last night some of us decided that we needed to get up and go for a country walk even though it was completely tipping it down but that wasn’t going to stop us, fresh country air was worth it. after walking through a few fields, making friends with some horses and eventually finding a road which lead us straight to two of proper country pubs, the type of places where you have that one local who doesn’t speak words but more bumbles and mumbles his way through sentences. nothing is better than coming across and local pub which looks like its been there for the past 100 years and every item of photo on the wall feels like it could tell a story, thats the type of pubs we were in. but after a short live disaster of not being able to get a roast dinner, the kitchen had stopped serving, we sat down and just kind of forgot to get up and order food, but we did managed to get some left over roast potatoes which only showed us what we could of had. About 100 meters down the road was a different pub call the Fox, it was half pub half Italian restaurant so that was our back up choice and to be honest pizza is always a good option in my eyes, so that put us back on track.

I also just want to say sorry this post is late today but to be honest when I woke up this morning I wasn’t sure if I would be able to move of the day, but now Amy and me have just checked into an amazing Hotel in Bristol of the night and currently just trying to decided what move to watch on the projector screen that we literally have in our room! that was my number one reason of booking this place.

Heres some photos from the walk yesterday!

– two boys one pint –
– Rob trying to convince the sheep he’s their leader –
– this is Ellis trying to find the pub –
– making freinds with horses –
– pub found –





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Some times, literally nothing happens and I spent the day in front of a computer, today was one of those days. So heres a some old photos I found on my hard drive from a few months back, on a trip to a family easter egg hunt.

” go on pheobe draw a star” –
– cant beat some good old country side –
– “do you think I can take a picture using the stick? –


Yesterday we were in Norfolk seeing Amy’s folks, left their feeling good and now I’m on a train trying to write this and trying to get this online, Ive lost my train ticket and in a bit of a rush, its just one of those mornings. But thank you Amys parents for a jolly good Friday.

– a snap from a quick trip to the beach before it started raining – 
– I had the bright idea of climbing down a cliff to get this shot – 
– Some fishermen I saw yesterday morning in a place called Sheringham – 





For easter weekend Im getting the hell out of Dodge. First stop is Norfolk to see Amy’s family and then its on to a little place called Huntingdon for a family easter egg hunt.

As yesterday turned out to be a bit of a rush, heres a few snaps of the train journey last night.

– At least Liverpool street station wasn’t too busy last night – 
– Shout out to Amy for actually booking tickets  – 
– Goodbye London – 
– Not by the hairs on my chinny chin chin – 

B009 – Today is Tuesday

Happy Tuesday, heres some snaps from my Monday. Yesterday I had a shoot at the London Free Hospital, with a really really smart man. London Free Hospital, is where you go if you catch ebola or any other tropical diseases. so basically I was the closest to ebola I’ve ever been.


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 – This is a camera – 
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The view from the office I was filming in
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– who’s that? – 


B008 – Give us a read.

Sunday was pretty busy, with a lot of things going on a meeting people. I started my morning at Hackney Farm, but forgot to bring my camera battery so no photos of that.

Then Charlotte and I, went to camden garden centre to pick up something, after that it was just about chilling in shore ditch park, until anders joined us and we went on the hunt for a roast and ended up with fish and chips in hackney.

check out the snaps.

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– Charlotte got those bubbles on lock –
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– Daisy contemplating something important –
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– found this crazy place –
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– this is meant to be a picture of a roast –

B007 – THE CLASH @ Twickenham

So last week, I got an email asking me if I would like to work on The Clash at twickenham this weekend, I couldn’t reply fast enough.


The Clash is the name of a Rugby Derby for any one who thinks i’m talking about the band, I’m not.


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– this is a photo the legend Natalie Truelove and me pretending to be deep in conversation –
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– Twickenham rugby Stadium –
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– meeting David Murray of a beer after work, how did you’re night go dave? –