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Most of you will probably not know this, but I have founded The Artisan Detour a brand new website where I will focus on the creative industries! I’ve wanted to start this website since university, but couldn't think of the perfect name for it back then.

The Artisan Detour is actually version 2.0 of my ‘Your Stories’ project, started back in 2016. It means that I can continue to meet with artists, designers and makers in order to share their stories, something I loved doing whilst at university. But travelling all over England won’t come cheap. In order for me to continue to do this, I need your help!

This is why I created a Patreon only offer. Each month, two lovely customers can get five products shot by myself in my home studio - for just $70 a month! Thats roughly £54 a month, a huge saving from my usual £175 day rate.

Minimalist Product Shoot

Minimalist Product Shoot

It’s been a long time since I’ve updated my portfolio, and today turned out to be a great day for doing just that. Inspired by a previous body of work, I wanted to work with pastel tones to create a minimalist product shoot. I busied myself with setting up my studio for the first time since moving into our new house, and ended up with results I wasn’t expecting after I began to experiment with light and shadows the backdrop created. Here are the results…

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Back to Shooting

Back to Shooting

After such a long break, I feel I’m now in the right state of mind to get back to shooting again. Life’s been a tough road since 2016, and even though I’m still not feeling 100% myself, I’m lucky in the sense that all my creative vibes have come flooding back. I now plan on updating my portfolio (which is much needed!) and taking on clients again. I’m offering product and ‘studio scenes’ shoots only for the time being, please take a look at my portfolio to see if I can do your brand justice.

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Through the Years: how my work has changed

Through the Years: how my work has changed

Throughout the years my work has changed quite a lot, but the major shift has been my interest from working as a fashion photographer to having more of an artistic approach within my practice. This is mainly because I realised, by the time I was in the final year of my degree, that my long term goal is to be known for my personal projects. Since my projects have adopted a diarist approach, I've found out how art can be therapeutic and how it can help me through difficult times I'm going through now, or have been through.

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