Industrial Power ~ A workshop in Belgium

Industrial Power ~ A workshop in Belgium

Event: A workshop in conjunction with Piet Van Den Eynde Models: Kate Ri and Jolien Photographer: Damien Lovegrove Location: Belgium Camera: Fujifilm GFX50s, GF23-64mm and GF110mm lenses, Novo tripod Lights: Godox AD200 flash with Scatterflash modifier Smoke: Scotty 2...
Martina at an abandoned factory in Italy

Martina at an abandoned factory in Italy

Model: Martina BellacimaLocation: Southern ItalyClient: None. It was a personal shoot Lighting: Godox AD1200pro with 70cm softbox and gridCamera: Fujifilm GFX 50s with GF 32-64mm and 110mm lensesTripod: Nova T20 with Benro ball head and RRS lever lock plate This...
Portrait of an artist

Portrait of an artist

On the journey between Italy and the UK I decided to stop off and spend a couple of nights with my wonderful cousin Sarah who lives in the south of the Bourgogne region of france. It’s a fairly quiet place unaffected by centuries of progress. It has lived...
Interior fashion tutorial video using Scatterflash

Interior fashion tutorial video using Scatterflash

In this 4 minute video, you will see me photograph model Kate Ri in an old house in Poland. I show the whole process including how I blend the ambient light with the flash. The punchy, fashion style images are lit with a single Godox AD200 Speedlight fitted with a...
Tonedale Mill in Somerset ~ Urbex

Tonedale Mill in Somerset ~ Urbex

My friend Len and I visited Tonedale Mill in the heart of Somerset earlier today. We wanted to see what is left of this historic set of buildings. The main site is gradually being converted into housing and judging by the interest of the local councillors that we...
Kate Ri photographed in Łódź, Poland

Kate Ri photographed in Łódź, Poland

Late start It is hard to believe it is already the end of July and my year has hardly begun. I had so much planned for 2020 with sold-out workshops in Tuscany, Fuerteventura and Venice too. Like many of us, I’ve been in lockdown since March and just a few weeks...