Coffee aromas fill the photography studio.
It is early morning the birds are singing and the coffee aromas are already wafting through the house. Is anyone up yet, not yet. The smells are intense and very moreish should I have another cup, it was amazing? I think yes, but as I will be surrounded by coffee all day, […]
RHS Flower show in the dailies at the weekend
I had a very busy week last week, with lots of assignments everywhere. Here are a few published photos I took which appeared in some of the weekend’s dailies from a shoot at RHS Rosemoor Flower show, Devon.
Tourism hotel photography in the South West
Telling a story in pictures is always a creative and fun environment to be in. I am very fortunate that I get to experience and see lots of beautiful places and spaces along this journey. When I am working in the South West, a lot of my photoshoots are commissioned within the tourism industry. […]
Hunter gatherer blackcurrant picker
We are all hunter gatherers…fact. So spending a lazy afternoon with the folks picking blackcurrants in their garden feels pretty good. Shop bought berries are not the same, they taste different, they are not as fresh, none of them look uneven and are generally lacking bugs. I remember watching a sketch with an Aussie comedian […]
Cruising the coastal highways shooting camper van interiors.
Recently I have photographed several interiors of camper vans and caravans, this shoot is in the current Camping and Caravanning Club Magazine on sale now. I regularly shoot interiors in restaurants and hotels, where there is space for heavy duty tripods, light stands, lights, assistants, reflectors and diffusers. So shooting several features on a camper […]
The road through the salt marshes, France
__________________________________________________________________ A travelling photographer takes his camera, it is his day off, it rains, it stops, it rains again. He is wet, his camera is dry, it rains again, his camera gets wet. The sky turns dark, the road stays the same. Couples pass by holding hands. They disappear into the distance, then walk by […]
I made a cake and I liked it
Well summer is here and yes, apricots are in season. Everywhere you go big juicy, orange coloured, ripe ones, dark ones, perfect ones and bashed ones. All are good, and plentiful and in a cake, well we just love them. Unlike traditional sponges which can dry out, using apricots keeps the texture sticky and […]
Charity portrait photoshoot with ChemoHero founder Lisa Wallis, Devon.
Here is a set of portrait images I took for a charity magazine shoot for The Inspiring People award 2017. The charity NDADA is a Devon based domestic abuse charity and refuge, my brief was to capture the winners of each category. Pictured is Inspiring Community work winner Lisa Wallis, who created Chemo Hero Boxes of Kindness – […]
Int’l food photo award – 3 photos shortlisted 3 votes needed please
Wow, so excited as I have just been shortlisted in the People’s Choice award 2017 in the International competition Pink Lady Food Photographer Of the Year 2017. This year has attracted thousands of entries worldwide and votes close at 12 noon on Wednesday 5th April. The food photographer, film-maker and wine photographer with the most votes each, […]
Christmas product and food photography into a New Year 2017
I love the Christmas build up, even more so this Christmas gone by. There were lots of fun food and lifestyle photoshoots in time for the Christmas period , parties, wedding photoshoots right up to the big day, and lots of hungry friends and family to feed along the way. It was so much fun, but […]
Food photographer snapshot at the annual Trencherman’s Awards ceremony, UK.
Food photographer snapshot from this year’s fabulous Trencherman’s award evening this week, held at The Saunton Sands Hotel on the North Devon coast. The awards event included an amazing dinner cooked by last years Trencherman’s award winners and was attended by the top foodies from across the Region. The annual awards recognise the best regional restaurants, […]
UK weather Devon weather before and during the storm
Last week I was out and about shooting weather and quite a bit happened in a short space of time. It got hot quick then, the winds came later in the week bringing waves and stormy seas. Several of my pics appeared in National newspapers and online so I was quite busy in between corporate PR […]
Charity photoshoot lights up the night
I love working for charities, it is a really rewarding part of my work. This was a really fun shoot I did for the annual Nightwalk for Devon charity The North Devon Hospice. This year 2016, over 1000 ladies took part (men are not allowed) in either a 7-mile or 11-mile walk to raise money for the […]
As the UK votes for Brexit – PM David Cameron to resign.
Brexit? Yes. Voting results finalised by 6am as 51.9% vote to leave EU and 48.1% vote to stay. David Cameron is to resign as PM after the UK voted in yesterday’s referendum to leave the European Union. He will resign by October after voters opted out of the EU. Photo by Guy Harrop. 23/06/16. Pictured is […]
The Delicious Kernow Trail run – running the beautiful Cornish countryside eating and drinking
Photo by Guy Harrop. Pic of Delicious Kernow Trail run in and around North Cornwall, where runners get to sample the best local food and drink in the Southwest at regular stops along the route.
Food photographer on location at Trencherman’s guide launch at Harvey Nichols in Bristol, UK
Trencherman’s Guide Launch 2016. This week I was fortunate to be working with some fab chefs at the launch of the 24th annual edition of the Trencherman’s Guide at The Second Floor Restaurant at Harvey Nichols in Bristol. Their head chef Louise McCrimmon was joined by four other Trencherman’s chefs from across the South West to […]