Friday, 25 May 2012

UCF Fashion Show

So I shot the UCF Fashion show the other day for Cartel. There was a lot of pretty interesting outfits and collections but here are just a few images from the evening show!

Sunday, 20 May 2012

Olympic Torch Relay, Falmouth

On the 19th May 2012, the Olympic Torch Relay began in Lands End. Throughout the day it made it's way through Cornwall to The Eden Project. It passed through Falmouth and here are just a few shots that I got from the day.

Sunday, 6 May 2012

Finn Cup

I couldn't tell you anything about sailing, but there were boats about today ... Something along the lines of a couple of weeks of sailing competitions with the potential for there to be some big boats too!

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Falmouth Beach Hotel Fire

Around midday on April 30th Falmouth Beach Hotel caught fire. It is believed that an incident involving a workman and a blow torch caused the fire which has ruined the building. At its peak, there were 100 firefighters trying to control the blaze which burned well into the night.  

Friday, 27 April 2012

A Floral Adventure

Today, me and a couple of other photosJ's went to The Eden Project for a nice day out photographing the latest in the world of being a photoJ. Here's what I came back with. I hope you like flowers. There are many. 

Friday, 20 April 2012

American Cemetery - Normandy

These are images which were taken at the American Cemetery in Normandy. The cemetery has over 9300 graves for the American soldiers who died either on the 6th June 1944 or in the following days of the assault in northern France. 

D-Day Landings

On the 6th June 1944, the British and their allies put into action ‘Operation Neptune’. This operation was to regain control of France starting in the north, in Normandie. There were two parts to the landing... an airborne attack where 24,000 paratroopers who were British, Canadian, American and Free French airborne troops landed shortly after midnight and an amphibious landing of Allied Infrantry on the coast of France starting at 6:30am. The assault stretched far along the coast of Normandie and the different allies had different sections of the coast to attack and regain control of. 

When I was in France, I visited the beaches and coastline where the D-Day Landings took place: