Some publicity stills of the wonderfully talented trumpeter, Harrison Cole, shot round and about various less-known corners of London.
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There are few places in the world quite like Dungeness.
The only official desert in Britain, it’s dependably gloomy, creepy, desolate and, what with being sandwiched between a nuclear power station…
Jacques Brel smoked a lot, sang a lot and left behind some memorably not anodyne songs.
They’re revisited in wonderfully Technicolor style by Gina Beck, Daniel Boys, David Burt and Eve Polycarpou in the new production of Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, now playing at the Charing Cross Theatre.
This one’s from a couple of years ago.
I was asked to shoot the poster image for A Broken Rose at the Cockpit Theatre with a very specific brief in mind.
The play was about a teenage girl who’d drawn herself so deep into her imagination to deal with her childhood that she…