A different perspective on my photos


Testing out the Prisma app on a few of my minimalist images from Roma. Continue reading “A different perspective on my photos”

Everything looks rosy in black and white


Derby Day in Rome is always a colourful affair as AS Roma and SS Lazio fans use the Stadio Olimpico for a spectacular display of choreography. For me, armed with a camera and trying to keep up with the game, it’s sometimes hard to know where to look next for some great captures of the atmosphere this match gives. Sometimes however, this can look even more amazing in simple black and white.

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Always best viewed as a slideshow*


Took my opportunity once again to make the trek, all of 30 minutes, to the Stadio Olimpico for the big one – Derby della Capitale. As usual I took a few photos, check them out here or go direct to my Flickr photostream. Or follow me on Instagram. Or just head off on your way. Ciao 🙂

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Danny Last… the new John Terry


Supporting sideburns

You’ve no doubt all seen the numerous Photoshop edits of Chelsea captain John Terry doing the rounds on the internet, ever since the suspended player appeared out of nowhere in full kit to bask in the glory of a Champions League victory. Well, I’m happy to say that friend, footballing blogger, photographer and long time Brighton fan Danny Last has taken over the mantle of Terrymania and given us a new target – himself! Continue reading “Danny Last… the new John Terry”

Picture today, inspire tomorrow


Photo: Ray Lloyd © 1975

It’s great to see the company I work get involved in a project close to my heart – photography. Ericsson are founding partners in the ADAY initiative which is asking you and people all around the world to pick up your cameras and picture what is close to you – to document daily life in one day, May 15th 2012. Continue reading “Picture today, inspire tomorrow”