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23 May 2018

4×5 Black and white film comparison

Introduction I have been using Ilford FP4 for the majority of my portrait work, in both medium and large format. This is a film stock that I know and love, but I wanted to make a more informed decision and perhaps add more films to my arsenal, understanding their different strengths. So I set myself […]

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17 May 2018


For this project I teamed up again with the incredibly talented SFX and Make-up artist Julia Sánchez Merino to work on her dissertation at the London College of Fashion. The project is called Hop-Frog and illustrates a poem by the same name from Edgar Allan Poe narrating the story of a mistreated court jester who […]

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22 Apr 2018

Clara Rísquez

In this post I’ll cover the concept and preparation of the portrait of Clara, a Jazz/Burlesque singer and dancer shot at my home studio. The styling of the shoot is centred around two looks: on the first look we would prominently feature one of Clara’s dancing dresses, a gorgeous golden colour design which I knew […]

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05 Mar 2018

Motion in clay

The idea behind this series titled Motion in Clay is to capture the body motion through the imprints that the model leaves on her body. We used semi-liquid white clay to stain the model’s hands, and the images are shot on medium and large format black and white film. Model: Marianna Brunetti.

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16 Feb 2018

Elaine Chong

Elaine and the wreath, photographed in medium and large format black and white film.

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