You Can Do More than You Think

You Can Do More than You Think

It’s been pretty quiet around here the last couple of months hasn’t it? I’ve been kind of missing in action because I have been creating and teaching my very first online class “Your Creative Photography Roadmap” and for me it has been anything but quiet.   I’ve...

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Take a closer look at the 2016 Calendar

Take a closer look at the 2016 Calendar

The 2016 calendar is now available and 50% of our stock has sold out already!   There are Twelve wonderful images from the “Tales from the Moors Country” series to keep you enchanted throughout 2016. Six are brand new images and six are old...

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What buying a tripod can teach you about the creative process.

What buying a tripod can teach you about the creative process.

One of my photography tutors used to say that you shouldn’t worry too much about equipment when you’re getting started with photography, because you won’t find the camera that works best for you until the third attempt. The same goes for your camera bag, your tripod, your remote control and pretty much everything else too.

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New Collection of Handmade Brooches Coming soon

New Collection of Handmade Brooches Coming soon

A BRAND NEW COLLECTION OF HANDMADE BROOCHES IS COMING ON MONDAY JULY 6TH.   I’m only able to make a small amount of these brooches and they always sell out very quickly so, if you’ve been waiting for one for a while, please mark your calendar and make...

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Workshops!

Workshops!

Okay, I’m doing it! People have been asking me to offer workshops for a very long time, but I was way too scared to do it! Now I want to hear from you….

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Sean Connery, Shakespeare and stealing stuff

Sean Connery, Shakespeare and stealing stuff

Perhaps the last time I wrote a short story was GCSE English, a looooooong time ago. And, as is my nature, I agonised over it. For three long weeks I wrote excessively descriptive passages, and then balled them up and chucked them into the bin. It was torturous and I just couldn’t find my rhythm.
When I finally handed in the completed piece, I breathed a sigh of relief. As often happens, as soon as I relaxed I realised I had made a mistake, a huge one.

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A note on dealing with criticism

A note on dealing with criticism

Every work of art ever created, and every work of art that will ever be created, could have been better. Every piece is imperfect in some way. The point is not to be perfect. The point is to communicate, in the best way you can at that particular moment, what it is that you need to say. To silence your voice until it is “good enough” is to deny us a part of your story.

It is your right, and in fact your responsibility, to share your outlook on life, your viewpoint on the world, your response to the human condition. You. The only one of you that has ever existed or will ever exist.

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Are you who you always intended to be?

Are you who you always intended to be?

“I will not be less than I am. I will not round my corners, or dilute myself. I will trust that being no less than who I truly am, will lead me to where I need to be, and where I need to be is the place I can make my greatest contribution.”

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