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Pitchfork on stage

Production shots from the spectacularly unsettling 2012 revival of Philip Ridley’s play, The Pitchfork Disney, at the Arcola.



The Pitchfork Disney poster

One of several poster images prepared to advertise the revival of Philip Ridley’s play The Pitchfork Disney at the Arcola Theatre.

Shooting actor (and all-round good egg) Nathan Stewart-Jarrett in nothing but a thin, open jacket under a wind-tunnel bridge on a midwinter’s evening presented a number of challenges, not least of which was…



Back to basics

Reed beds, blossom and a field near Chichester.  Because I still take pictures that don’t have people in them from time to time.



Climate change and the theatrical headshot

In an effort to give this post a hook I looked up quotes about rain on the web.

One of the more popular offerings was: “The rain falling remains (sic) me of you because its (sic) falling hard, and I am too.”

Then there was the inspiring: “Invariably our best nights were…



Four Nights in Knaresborough

Production shots for the 2011 production of Paul Webb’s Tarantino-meets-Chaucer play, Four Nights in Knaresborough, at the Southwark Playhouse.

Seb Billings directed with lighting by Howard Hudson and design by Martin Thomas.



But I thought the old lady dropped it into the ocean in the end

So it’s taken me a little over two years to update my blog.

Which is a little over twice as long as it took me the last time I did this.

Well, what better way to return than with something that little bit eccentric, subtly to suggest that I spend my hiatuses reclining in an institution…