Bang, crash, wallop… impact is what commercial portrait photography is about. I want to make images that will make people stop to look at them… and then read about the person in the photo. Great, quality imagery is key to conveying the idea of a great, quality product… whatever that may be.Read More
Over more years than I care to remember I’ve skied in the Alps, Pyrenees, Canada and USA but it’s these past few years that I’m enjoying the most. Since taking up telemark skiing four years ago a whole new world of backcountry adventure has opened up.
La Rioja’s Valdezcaray ski resort may be titchy by world standards but when the snow and the weather is good and you’re able to leave the crowds and disappear to the other side of the mountain, there’s little to compare it with.Read More
Passion, care, experience, knowledge, enjoyment, trust… these are all key concepts I’m trying to portray in my corporate photography. I want to show the pride and commitment people put into their work. And I want to show them in a natural, relaxed way that puts a human face on, in this case, a bottle of wine.
This all sounds very well on paper but when you’re in a field at 6.30am with the sun rising, the magical light fading and two winemakers from Bodegas Montecillo who aren’t professional models well, put it this way, the adrenaline is buzzing.Read More
My oldest son Nicky has become an enthusiastic member of Ezcaray’s basketball club. A few months ago someone at the club had the idea to create a book of stickers of all the players - young and not so young. Swapping football players stickers is something I remember doing in the school playground when I was young. Selling packs of stickers seemed an inspired way of raising money for the club. And of course they asked me to make the photos. “A 100 portraits, in two hours?” - I thought to myself - “Of course! Group photos too? Bring them on!”Read More