I’ve been procrastinating about an arches project for quite a while, and the invitation to contribute to this blog for Berghind Joseph finally gave me the push to make some time between jobs to pursue this idea.
Having worked as a photographer in London for the past 18 years one thing I can confirm is that no two days are ever the same. That might sound slightly cliched since the past few years have seen a need for diversity and adaptability given the change in digital workflow along with client expectations but I can honestly say I still consider it the best job I could ever wish for and I often consider it a privileged ‘paid day out’.
This collection of pictures was for a personal project I embarked upon. The location for the shoot which was in and around a Hammer pond in Wealdon woodland in East Sussex.
Great photography tells a story and like great literature it’s the context that brings the central character into focus.
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