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A stormy September..

First of all I hope everyone is keeping safe and well. Shooting has got me through an incredibly difficult year with my partners serious illness and Covid, and this month was no exception..

Summer was very much dedicated to remote shooting with the lockdowns, and August quiet on the shoot front for me as I really wanted to back my three year old pony before Winter weather started to set in, and that proved to be a good choice with the appearance of stormy weather!

It was a very mixed month of cancellations and missed opportunities I won't dwell on, but those that ventured outside were definitely rewarded with amazing work with very special buildings and studios, and even the re appearance of the mist on the river meadows here at home that's so atmospheric!

The first shoot of the month saw Stephen Edwards and I venture back out urbexing after an amazing start to the year despite the dramas.. And it was definitely everything you want your urbex shoot to be for the first big one back out! The location was spectacular, the information gratefully received bang on the money, and despite a few headaches getting in unseen, we happily shot all day undisturbed. I don't think we even scratched the surface of this amazing building, and there are so many amazing shots to edit it will take a while to work through but a little bit of our work so far...

The library here is fabulous....


"Don't wake the neighbours"

This set was inspired on the staircase and adjoining room by a flag we found from what was probably a fun party for the residents here!

"Rule Britannia"

This room was retro heaven..

"Flowers in the attic"

"Tax Evasion"

"Love is like a butterfly

As soft and gentle as a sigh

The multi coloured moods of love are like its satin wings"

And finally a dark room with a proper hospital bed at last!

"Sweet dreams are made of this

Who am I to disagree?