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2013 Review

Another interesting year. Let’s be honest there would be very little point in doing this job if it wasn’t. It’s also been an amazingly momentous year. A future king born, a British winner at Wimbledon and the death of two … 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 9/12/12

When oh when will there ever be a ‘normal’ week in this job….never, hopefully… Monday: One of the ‘bread and butter’ assignments for any Newspaper Photographer is the auction preview at ‘Sotheby’s’ or ‘Christies’ or ‘Bonhams’. We do these jobs … 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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The most expensive Cheap Seats ever.

Well, that was an awesome experience. I’ve done some pretty monumental jobs in my time at The Telegraph, wars, elections, royal funerals and weddings and jubilees. The Olympics was something else. I’ve never been involved in something that generated (in … Continue reading

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Across the water

I’ve been to a mystical land. It’s a land where Press Photographers are loved and feted. They are considered professionals whose role is vital to the nation. They are not abused on the streets and The Leader of the country, … Continue reading

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