Posts Tagged ‘B&W’

A little bit of Goole

A little bit of Goole

I always enjoy a walk around the industrial East Yorkshire Town of Goole, the port complex and surrounding industries dominate the skyline with a mix of old and new developments Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Scott Street Bridge

Scott Street Bridge

Hull’s Scott Street Bridge has been locked in the open position  since the 1980’s, it may well stay that way until it becomes victim to its own ultimate decay or its redeveloped. Whatever it makes an interesting subject to point the lens at.   Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


CSI at the Assemble Fest

CSI at the Assemble Fest

Just trying to catch up with a little blogging in the middle of a busy period. I spent an hour down at the Newland Avenue Assemble fest at the beginning of May. This is a new festival and it was fortunately blessed with great weather. I  particularly wanted to see CSI crime scene investigation presented by the […]


50/50 the first 12 days

50/50 the first 12 days

12 days of my 50/50 project completed only 38 to go. I knew it would be a bit of a challenge but I don’t think I really realized how much, I’m going through a busy period with my business so time is very much at a premium, the good thing is its making me take my […]


De Gray, Newland & Sharp Street

De Gray, Newland & Sharp Street

A Sunday morning stroll on Newland Avenue. Culture Bomb Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


An Edwardian Easter in Hull

An Edwardian Easter in Hull

Hull’s old town hosted an Edwardian event on Easter Saturday and very busy it was too! Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Carved into History, Dusty the Cat & Beverley Minster

Carved into History, Dusty the Cat & Beverley Minster

Being persuasive! Stonemason Andrew Gomersall From her newfound warmth and comfort Dusty the starving stray cat watched the stonemason at work. Her stillness was just what was needed. Her image was carved into the block of limestone the mason was working on and will now gaze over the East Yorkshire countryside for hundreds of years […]


Something in the Wood Shed

Something in the Wood Shed

Costume designer Liz Dees recently invited me down to her studio where she was fitting a stunning outfit to stiltwalker Paul.   Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Swerving East gathers pace

Swerving East gathers pace

It was great to photograph the artists involved involved in the exciting new arts project Swerving East which will deliver projects to the East Yorkshire area. Swerving Artists were joined by Nicola Baker of Hull Bondholders at Hull History Centre. Left to right; Del Whitticase, Gabby Shawcross, Nicola Baker, Seran Kubisa, Tughela Gino and Jason […]


Chester Cathedral

Chester Cathedral

We took a few days off last week and took a trip to Salford, Chester & Liverpool, here’s a few shots of the beautiful Chester Cathedral Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Liz Dees, Costume Designer

Liz Dees, Costume Designer

It was great to meet Costume Designer Liz Dees today, I’ve photographed quite a few of her creations at various events around our region over the last few years. I visited Liz in her Hull studio which was brimming with costumes and props   Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Something about the Seaside out of Season – Cleethorpes

Something about the Seaside out of Season - Cleethorpes

I love visiting the coast all year round, here’s Cleethorpes on a bright winter day Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Beverley Folk Festival 2013

Beverley Folk Festival 2013

In the dark days of January its good to be able to catch up with my post processing, back in the summer I was lucky to pay my first visit to the 30th Beverley Folk Festival at its new home of the Racecourse. (full set here) Here’s a few of my favorite photographs: CoCo and […]


Albert Dock Liverpool

Albert Dock Liverpool

I posted a few images of my whistle stop tour of Liverpool at the beginning of the week,here’s a few more of the Albert Dock area, I hope to visit again for a little longer next year.   Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


10 Mathew St, Liverpool

10 Mathew St, Liverpool

I spent a day & night in Liverpool last week and when in the city you have to take a trip to Mathew Street to see the Cavern Club made famous by the Beatles and the great John Lennon Statue Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Paull on a windy winters day

Paull on a windy winters day

I blow the cobwebs off today with a bracing walk along the riverside footpath beside the river Humber at Paull Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Congratulations to 1884 Dock Street Kitchen, Restaurant of the Year, White Rose Awards 2013

Congratulations to 1884 Dock Street Kitchen, Restaurant of the Year, White Rose Awards 2013

Congratulations to Hull’s 1884 Dock Street Kitchen, Restaurant of the Year, White Rose Awards 2013, I spent a day with James and his team earlier this year.   Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Just A Stroll by the River

Just A Stroll by the River

Every now and then the sun shines and I have a little free time to just go out and photograph. My favorite walk for many years has been the point where the Humber meets the river Hull. Please enjoy my photographs: Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Street Games Humber Street

Street Games Humber Street

I spent a good part of the summer working on various events down Hull’s rejuvenated Humber Street, here’s a few of my favorites from the Street Games 2013 event:   Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Cube Drive (in the Open Air)

Cube Drive (in the Open Air)

I photographed my Mates CubaDrive performing outside Fruit Trade Music on Hull’s Humber Street recently. They also have a track included on Fruit Trades ‘CULTUR’ull’ compilation CD Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Hull Folk Festival 2013

Hull Folk Festival 2013

Hull’s Humber Street area hosted another great event in the form of the inaugural Hull Folk Festival at the weekend and what a great event it proved to be. Here’s some of my favorite images: Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Skyride hits the streets of Hull

Skyride hits the streets of Hull

Skyride came to Hull on Sunday with a great turnout on a specially selected circuit around the city centre taking in many of the iconic buildings and bridges. Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Just how good was the Humber Street SESH

Just how good was the Humber Street SESH

OK I was working at this years Humber Street SESH but what a fantastic event and all for free! Hull is very much a City of Culture. Please enjoy my favorite photographs from the event: Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it


Hull Pride 2013

Hull Pride 2013

It was fun to cover Hull Pride 2013 last Saturday, here’s a selection of my favorites   Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it