Spring has sprung and what better way to spend Easter shooting Marcel’s beautiful small town garden? I met Marcel de Lannoy at Walton Open Gardens last year. He is a gentle giant of a man with a soft, lilting Dutch accent. He’s bonkers about bulbs….all kinds. A feast – a kaleidoscope of colour: intense, vibrant, […]
Food Photography, recipes and information about food and drink.
I love working with food. It’s delectable, delicious and very challenging. Although the home economy trend is towards more natural, there is a fine line between natural and looking a mess I’ve found. During my assisting years, I worked with some great food photographers: all exceedingly talented. One had his own photo-library shooting dishes to […]
Yesterday the 19th was the thrid time a select bunch of keen Walton gardeners opened their doors to the public. At £4 a pop, over 300 tickets were sold with the proceeds going to fund the up-keep of open spaces in Walton. Judy McRae, the organiser, exhibited her own cosy city garden which was a […]
Juan, Mum’s neighbour and Gene Wilder look-alike with the bright blue eyes, lamented the election of a Basque politician at the beginning of May 2011. I had some sympathy. How do we assimilate extremist politics without it being at the expense of the moderate voter? “Spain is finished. We may as well move to America” […]