Filming – The Claw

Shooting for the first couple of days is completed, all went well indeed.  The first two days shooting took place in Barry Island, specifically in the same amusement arcade where Gavin & Stacey is filmed.

We’re shooting again on Monday, this time we’re heading for Teignmouth Pier & beach.

The Claw


The Claw Film Project

Really excited about this one.  Lenssniper is providing equipment and camera duties to an independent film called ‘The Claw’, you can read more about the project on the project web site.

Or you can watch the promo video here now!

 


Naming/Tree Planting Ceremony

Had a great day shooting a naming/tree planting ceremony yesterday.  The event was held at Rocks East Woodlands just outside of Bath.  The weather blessed us with a truly beautiful day bookended by very rainy days!

The ceremony was in honor of baby Merryn and was obviously an emotional day that I thouroughly enjoyed capturing for Merryn’s parents Vicky & Toby.  Watch the portfolio page for some photos from this event.


Frome Local Legends

Well the winners of the local competition ‘Frome Local Legends’ was won by the inimitable ‘The Wheel of Four Tunes’ chaps.  They truly are local legends in their own spandex pants!!

After winning there were billboards placed up around Frome so they got in touch with lenssniper and asked me to do an informal shoot of them romping around in their spandex in reaction to the billboards.

The shoot was hilarious … photos to follow in the portfolio!


New Photos of Bob Marley

There is a great new collection of Bob Marley photographs going on show in London.  Photographer Kim Gottlieb-Walker spent time with Marley in the 70’s constantly snapping.  You can see some of the photos on the BBC web site here.


Live Music Boosts UK Economy

Interesting article here about how live music events serve to boost the UK economy.

“The role of music in terms of creating jobs, in terms of sustaining businesses and in terms of attracting visitors to all regions of this country comes over loud and clear,” said Feargal Sharkey, chief executive of UK Music.

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