Just found this in the files......
The Bruneval Raid was a daring night time raid by airborne forces to capture a German coastal radar installation in France in 1942. In the early nineties I travelled to Bruneval with a lot of the men (then in their late sixties) who jumped on that night to take part in the raid, along with some of 2 Para, the Parachute Regiment. The plan was for some of the veterans to reenact the jump, however the weather was deemed too risky for these ageing men to take part. However, the men of 2 Para re-enacted the jump, watched by the veterans. Sadly this poor quality scan is all I have left of my photographs from the trip. Most if not all of those guys are probably gone now, and I was too young to appreciate the honour of being in their company.more
A recent shoot saw us photographing the new light display at the Bon Accord Centre in Aberdeen.
As well as some generic images we decided to shoot something a little more shopping related. After begging a few bags from some of the centre retailers we recruited some models that really brought the image to life.more
A recent commission to shoot a series of images of some new small cell towers for the new 5G network. Although interesting technology, the subject was tricky to photograph and make look exciting visually.
We suggested to the client photographing one of the towers at night, with the resulting traffic light trails symbolising the dynamics and sopeed of the new 5G network.
The client was very happy and the images appeared alongside articles in the press and trade press.more
We were asked by several national newspapers to cover the Braemar Gathering in Royal Deeside. It was a blisteringly hot day, and along with a mild sunburn, we got this great shot of the Royal family at the games, with Prince Charles missing his binoculars but making his sister laugh.....more
We were commissioned to shoot some images for a photocall to promote the Prime Four Beast Race. Sarah and her fiance Steve had agreed to get dressed in their wedding outfits and get muddy. They were brilliant sports and the only issue was trying to stop laughing long enough to take the pictures...more