Free Range Degree Show 2012

Final selection of images for the Free Range degree show at the Old Truman Brewery, London

Photo courtesy of Marianne Demmo

Installation shot

Free Range Portfolio link

Online catalogue for Swansea Metropolitan University’s 2012 Photography Degree


Blueprint: Hotel in Pigalle


Hotel in Pigalle, Paris, November 2010



A small series from Lyderhorn, Bergen (Summer 2011).

Insight into Ansel Adams work at Yosemite Valley.

This link is for a youtube channel which has a number of videos about Ansel Adams, and other photographers such as Alfred Stieglitz, Paul Strand, George Eastman and Edward Weston.

After the Summer days [and an inadvertent hiatus].



The blog has inadvertently been on hiatus.

This post is the beginning of a revival, with hope.

Swansea City F.C. – A Heroes Return.

Crowd beginning to stir.

Crowd meets team.

Some of the fans get a better view.

Victory buying.

"Going Up, Going Up"

I guess this is a continuation of a previous post about Swansea’s football team going up to the Premiership, ‘Vetch Field – Swansea are Premiership Now’. These photos were taken at the victory parade through the town when the team returned from their triumph over Reading. This event was a first for me, I’ve never really had the oppurtunity to attend a victory parade and the crowd atmosphere was addictive. I orginally just went to photograph, I didn’t think I would feel connected, but before I knew it I was feeling part of the crowd and not just a photographer. I think the photographs speak for themselves, I just wanted to show the crowd’s elation for their home football team, and their feat of greatness (for Swansea anyway).

Vetch Field – Swansea are Premiership Now.

The North Bank of the original pitch for Swansea City Football club, but after the Liberty Stadium was built in 2005, the Vetch Field became neglected and is now demolished.

On May 31st Bank Holiday Monday, Swansea triumphed over Reading 4-2. This post is to commemorate that win and although some of their history has been destroyed, this photo commemorates that history.