A quieter month and a heat wave!
February has often been a month where I go away. I managed trips to Madrid and Turin, both of which were like summer holidays courtesy of a very un-seasonal heatwave. I also fit in a good number of work jobs around my travels! 2019 might just be the year when I get my work-life balance right? First up I was shooting portraits and event photography for Cambridge Digital Build Britain. The morning was a researcher event with presentations to some VIPs. In the afternoon I toured a brand new University building and photographed staff portraits.
I found myself at the Internet Watch Foundation once again, shooting portraits for their Chief Executive, Susie Hargreaves. Her session was to get a portfolio of portraits of her for their annual report out in April, an event I’m looking forward to photographing at the House of Lords.
Another repeat client this month was new Cambridge restaurant Atithi. Now named, furnished and open, I returned to shoot interiors and portraits of the restaurant manager.
More images and general information about this fantastic new Indian restaurant (having now been a paying customer, I can say that honestly) can be found on their website: www.atithi.co.uk.
It really was all about repeat work this month and again, I found myself photographing plugs! Swiftly becoming my favourite subject to photograph, this shoot was another location/lifestyle product session to add more images to an image bank for smart home electrical firm, MiHome.
I also shot some work for an organisation called Form The Future, but the work for them involves kids and permissions and isn’t something I can share! They’re worth mentioning thought, as they are always great fun. On one of the events, I was on the A14 building site looking at woolly mammoth tusks dug up in the building of the new road! Now that’s exciting!