My last shoot before lockdown was for The National Trust on 16th March. I spent a leisurely couple of hours photographing the peach blossom at Nuffield House, a home that once belonged to William Morris, founder of the Morris Motor Company.
Since the lockdown was enforced, a couple of shoots I was commissioned to do in February and March were published. Pernod Ricard UK commissioned me to photograph six women who work in the drinks industry to celebrate International Women’s Day. Here is Robyn Evans (below) from Genuine Liquorette, photographed at The Coal Office in Coal Drops Yard.
The April edition of Construction News Magazine used my portrait of Rick Willmott, CEO of Willmott Dixon for a feature on the man and his company.
During lockdown I have (like many others) been shooting close to my home. All sorts of still life images (in my home studio) as well as landscapes and a few portraits. Here are just three examples. A crushed Coke can found on the side of the road, the Deepdene Trail, and Plantsman John Winn tending to his tomatoes.