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2016 a Mumbling Review

Wow ! I’ve left this to the last minute (not an unusual thing for me) just in case something else happened. 2016 both epic and emotional. I’m hoping the sequel is less of a rollercoaster but I’m not sure it … Continue reading

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Mulholland’s Mumbles 13/05/15- The Doorstep Challenge

Well that was an eventful week that was.  Two of the biggest domestic news jobs of the year, both of which consisted of hours of waiting preceded by months of planning to take a ‘couple walk out of building and … Continue reading

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Five Funerals and No wedding.

Run…run for the hills…It’s that time of year again . I’ve been trawling through my work in 2014, some great trips and some fascinating jobs as is usual and as expected this blog will have a whole shed load of … Continue reading

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Sunday Review 10/03/13

I did say it would be a weeklyish Blog….But I suppose nearly three months is a bit of a stretch. January is always a quiet month. February is never going to set the world on fire either. March has arrived … Continue reading

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Sunday Review 30/12/12

It’s that time of the week and that time of the year. Rather than a look back over my last week of Press Photography at The Telegraph, which would be somewhat disappointing since I’ve been on holiday, I thought (as … Continue reading

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Sunday Review 02/12/12

This is my attempt at a regular report on the ups and downs of Press Photography in London. I think it’ll be on a weekly(ish) basis but we’ll see how it pans out. My week started early, Sunday to be … Continue reading

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More like Britain than Britain

In 1982 Argentina invaded The Falkland Islands. My dad had worked there in the 1950’s so we were one of the few families in the UK that knew somewhere north of Scotland had not been annexed by Spanish speakers. I … Continue reading

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