In January Practical Photography Magazine contacted me and asked if I'd be interested in completing a video shoot which would be used on the magazine's cover disc and website. It's not something I'd done before so I thought it might be a genuinely interesting experience and I agreed. Having run my own workshops previously, you can't be a shrinking violet in these situations so I figured it would probably be OK.
Following a bit of experimentation recently with Multiple Exposure effects, I had a request from Amateur Photographer Magazine for them to complete an interview feature on me and the image below, which I've simply titled "Cotswold Trees". I've been interviewed by Phil Hall before for a different piece, he's a very easy guy to talk to and totally understands the creative process and it was a very enjoyable half hour or so.
I was contacted relatively recently by the editor of Outdoor Photography Magazine who asked to carry out an interview for their series of landscape Photographers which has now been published in the May edition of the magazine.
New Zealand Based writer and photographer, Andrew Gibson has recently written a great eBook around Long Exposure titled Slow with some help from photographers like Joel Tjintjelaar and Doug Chinnery. To follow this up Andrew is running a series of interviews with other long exposure specialists and I'm very pleased to announce that he's picked me as his first candidate.
Tim Ashley has been kind enough to write about and ask me to contribute to a guest piece about my photography on his Blog. It's always great to be asked to contribute to anything like this - there's nothing I like more than sharing my views or some incite in how I approach my photography and Tim is a great wordsmith to boot.