Updates from our studio on The Roseland peninsula.
Images from a recent collaboration on an interiors shoot with Art Eye and 3iDog Interior Design at the Budock Vean in Cornwall.
The brief was to focus on the details and to bring a little of the outdoors in. It was shot over two separate sessions. The luxury of this extra time allowed me to step away from it and then revisit with a fresh pair of eyes and capture some little details that may not have been so obvious first time around.
After the second shoot was done and dusted we walked down through the grounds of the Budock Vean to the tranquil Helford River just in time for a beautiful dusk light.
Cornwall isn't always sunny... the weather was less than lovely for the Saturday of the Porthleven Food & Music Festival. As I drove over towards Helston the clouds thickened and sea mist crept in, walking into Porthleven from the football field it was blowy and cold. It wasn't long before the rain came down. It certainly didn't dampen any spirits though and it turned out to be a lively day filled with lots of lovely food and some fine music. I was there under the guise of photographer for the festival alongside fellow snapper Sean Gee. We had a good day, walked several laps of Porthleven, ate lots and took a load of photos. Thanks for having us, Porthleven.
Above: Anthony Worral-Thompson, Daphne Skinnard, Tiffany Truscott and Jude Kereama kick off the festival.
Above: An appreciative audience in the Chefs Theatre.
Above: Jude Kereama from Kota
Above: Heavy skies over Porthleven
Above: Catch of the day
Above: Catch of the day, part two!
Above: Jack and Rick Stein with Daphne Skinnard. Great atmosphere at this demo.
Above: Waiting for pizza from the Cornish Pizza Company.
Above: Samba Celtica brought some sunshine to the day.
Above: Stone Roots were over on the BBC Introducing Stage and were fabulous.
Above: Kim Lowings brought some sweet folk vibes to the Salt Cellar Stage