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5 facts about me- Your Gainsborough Photographer

Ever wanted too know more about me on a personal level? Here are 5 big facts about me!

1- I am Welsh. I was born in Aberystwyth and lived in south wales until I was 17 when I moved to Gainsborough. 174 more words


Portraiture and the Country House

A striking feature of a country house is often its vast portrait collection.  What are the reasons for this?

A portrait is an image where the artist is engaged with the personality of the sitter and aims to characterise them as an individual.  1,444 more words

FAQ weddings: Getting to know your Gainsborough photographer

Sometimes its so hard to choose a photographer with so many out there and with so many lingoes as photography has it’s own language. I have put a good list of Frequently asked questions on my website to help my clients with any questions they may have to help them have a clear understand everything about sparkle and dreams photography. 480 more words


Review: Barry Lyndon

Directed by Stanley Kubrick

Certificate PG

Starring Ryan O’Neal, Marisa Berenson, Patrick Magee, Hardy Kruger

Released on 29th July 2016


If ever a film cried out to be seen on the big screen, it’s Stanley Kubrick’s… 818 more words

Film Review

London the Culture Vulture

London is a treasure chest of art and antiquities from every time and place.  I had three days to enjoy it and visited six of London’s best museums.   1,090 more words

English Rose: Putting Your Best Face Forward - Cosmetics in 18th Century Society Portraits

Over the centuries changing fashions can be observed in the sitter’s dress and style. The two beauties of Bath, Elizabeth and Mary Linley even had their portrait by Thomas Gainsborough altered to reflect current fashions in their style of dress.  765 more words


Grave photo research - W E Arrand

Another discovery at the Antiques Fair in Sussex on Sunday was a photographic postcard showing the grave of Lance Corporal W E ARRAND in Lucknow India who died on 22nd January 1925 aged 24 years – on the back someone had written ‘British Soldier at rest in India R.I.P.’ 352 more words

World War 1