Monthly Archives: September 2012

Kate Hasted Designs

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Great to spend a couple of hours on a photo shoot this afternoon with Kate Hasted. Kate produces her own unique textiles and marbled fashion accessories combining hand created techniques with digital processes. Here’s an example of her work.  

Another Kent Profile issue in the bag!

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Even though I have been creating Kent Profile magazine for over ten years, I am always surprised how quickly each issue comes around! 36 pages focusing on what’s going on in and around the county of Kent – its certainly an interesting one to work on. This issue is no exception – I especially enjoyed… Read more »

Our new web site.

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Well, here it is at last. Our new up-to-date web site, designed and built solely by Mike with my input being a little bit of constructive criticism here and there, and of course my help on putting together and optimising the images. We’re very proud of how far Click has come over the years and now… Read more »

Hospice in the Weald 10K

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Great to see so many happy faces at the Hospice in the Weald 10K race today. I was officially photographing the event for the charity. There were plenty of activities going on from the actual 10K to a Panto Horse race. Here’s a shot of Cheryl Baker and torch bearer Derek Mepham.

Performers College Ads

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Following on from a days shoot last month with the directors and students at Performers College, I spent today creating a series of images to be used for the forthcoming years advertising. Plenty of Photoshop skills needed and always good fun to do, here’s an example of one of the montages.

New blogger…gibberish!

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These days you have to be able to do everything! I’m a web designer, then I added development to that along with a string of other design related talents. Now blogging. I’ve never been a blogger before and find it challenging to think of something interesting to say to people who don’t know me. I… Read more »