This film has been a long term project. We filmed in two care homes where school children got to learn from and interact with the older generations in their area. It’s a very heart warming thing to see. The kids and adults in the room are always smiling or looking curious; stories are being shared across decades.
If you’d like to learn more about this wonderful organisation, go to their website.
It’s been a long time since I owned a Leica. I sold my M6 many years ago, and I regretted it ever since. Last week I decided to jump back into the rarified world of Leica cameras, this time with the digital Leica M Typ 262.
The focusing is challenging at first, but the feel of the camera is undeniable. Are they cheap? Absolutely not. Are they unique? Absolutely yes.
Sometimes working for charitable causes doesn’t need to be serious. Sometimes, I get to do something a little edgier, like this shoot for Martin’s Charity Fashion Event.
We took over the Disrepute Bar in Kingly Court in central London for the day and set up a glamorous shoot. Everyone worked hard on the day to make the shoot possible. It takes a village to deliver this kind of shoot.
InCommon do a wonderful thing: they bring school age children and retirees together to learn and play. It’s life affirming to document this reunion and see how much enjoyment is had by both sides. Laura and Charlotte do a great job, and if you’d to find out more about InCommon then head over to their website.
Fresh off her National Youth Theatre course, Alexandra wanted some new headshots to kick start a new phase in her acting career. We captured a variety of looks and expressions, and I think her modelling experience really came in handy!