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  • The Family Project Exhibition

    You’re invited to a party!
    WHERE: St. Barnabas Church, Walthamstow, E17 8JZ on the 15th September, 7pm-10pm.
    THE EVENT: I’m exhibitiing a series of photographs from ‘The Family Project‘ as part of this year’s E17 Art Trail – and you’ll also be able to see fantastic work by other talented artists from the ‘hood.
    OPENING TIMES: If you [...]


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  • Fabrice Muamba carrying the Olympic Flame in Waltham Forest

    Torch Relay Exhibition

    My new exhibition opens this Sunday 2nd September 6pm-8pm – and you’re very welcome to come along!
    Photos from the Olympic Torch Relay will be shown at Tokarska Gallery, 163 Forest Road, E17 6HE.
    Alongside my work will be images from the volunteers that joined me on the day – Danielle Francois, Kai Joseph, Julia Spicer, [...]


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  • Russell Road

    Waltham Forest Jubilee

    Photos from the Jubilee taken in Walthamstow and Leytonsone


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  • Crisis Volunteers

    Crisis at Christmas

    Portraits and interviews of Crisis volunteers, 2006.


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  • Mibila Village Clinic, an update

    Mibila Village Clinic. The word ‘Handenu’ painted on the front means ‘be healed.’
    Three years ago, I became involved with a project to provide primary healthcare in a remote region of Zambia, in southern Africa.

    Jon Witt and Barry Ilunga. Their vision made the clinic a reality.
    My friends Jon Witt and Bishop Barry Ilunga decided to build [...]


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  • Ginola and Rob

    Rob flanked by Mark (left) and Scott (right)
    There are few people more inspirational than my friend Rob. He’s been an inner-city school teacher for over ten years and had a tremendous impact on numerous young student’s lives. But as they – and Rob’s colleagues are all acutely aware – much of Rob’s own inspiration comes from watching [...]


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  • The ultimate Flitch-u-mentary

    Some time in the dim and distant mists of time… March 2004 to be precise… Chris Collins, and self-styled ‘directional savant,’ Jeff Dotts, got lost en-route from Heathrow Airport to visit me in Suffolk.
    Fortuitously, they stumbled across a sign saying, ‘Great Dunmow, Ancient Flitch Town.’ Their curiosity piqued, they subsquently found out all about the [...]


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  • Glastonbury or WW1 re-enactment?

    Before the misery sets in
    Last year, in a moment of madness, Bronny and I decided to join our friends Jane, Jo and Brian at the Glastonbury festival. We’d heard of the fun, the music and the drugs, and in hindsight, if we’d started munching Class-A’s as soon as we left the car park then we’d [...]


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  • Tottenham Marshes Bat Walk

    About half a mile from my home in Walthamstow, the streets and industrial units all come to an abrupt halt. The cityscape is replaced by the waterways and marshes of the Lea Valley Park Authority.
    The park runs for 26 miles from the banks of the River Thames out into Hertfordshire and is dedicated to nature [...]


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  • Shieldaig vs Lochcarron: highland darts challenge

    The Ashes… Rangers vs Celtic…. the north London Derby….. England vs Germany…. Ross County vs Inverness Caledonian Thistle….these are just some of the great sporting rivalries in the world. And now, we can add to this list: the darts challenge between the villages of Shieldaig and Lochcarron.

    You’re going home in a Lochcarron mini-bus
    Nestled in the [...]


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    Dirty Canvas, March 2008

    Dirty Canvas is London’s hottest Grime club night – and it run by my cousin DJ Magic (or Peter as we call him…)


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  • Suggested print-preparation

    This is the method I’ll be using to create prints sized 24×16 with a 2 inch white border for the Chestnuts House exhibition.
    Required technical specs:
    Canvas 28 x 20 inches
    Image 24 x 16 centered on canvas

    Open file as JPEG from RAW. I am using a Canon 5D and converting from RAW in Adobe Bridge @ [...]


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