Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Robert Szabo

Photographer Robert Szabo uses the Wet Plate Collodion process to shoot civil war era portraits.
He has shot covers for National Geographic magazine and also photographed the 2006 Jack Daniels calendar.
Roberts work has been exhibited all across America creating a window back into the past for all of us to peer through.

See more of his work here
Robert Szabo

Robert Szabo

Saturday, 26 May 2012

Here's one I made earlier

Shot this while working on the first episode of Lord Lav TV. In the upcoming episode Lav makes a drum machine out of everyday things you would find lying around the house.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

You're scared of Room 237, ain't ya?

I've been measuring up the space at Room 237 Comic Store in Southsea for my upcoming exhibition at the end of July.
Here's a sneak peak at some of the new pieces of work that will be on show.
Remember to keep the date in your diary and I will send out more info nearer the time.

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Zombie Resurrection goes to Cannes

As you read this, Zombie Resurrection will be travelling across the channel to France, safely in the hands of its creators Andy Phelps and Jake Hawkins of Charmed Apocalypse Pictures. All of their hard work has culminated in an advert just short of ten minutes showing all the best bits from the film to show to potential distributors.

So good luck guys and hopefully we'll be seeing it on the shelves in HMV very soon!

Poster concept. I went with two simple fonts which will continue across all of the posters. 

Monday, 14 May 2012

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Here's Johnny

A recent portrait of screen writer Johnny Griffith.
Johnny is currently working on the script for his first feature "Ticket Inspector" and will shortly begin production on a new web comedy mini series documenting the lives of two British born Mexican wrestlers.

Sunday, 6 May 2012


Had a busy day on Friday, I shot windsurfer Chris Murray and Strong Island's Paul Gonella for a new exhibition i'm working on. Thanks to Johnny G for arranging one of the shoots and to Chris and Paul for giving up their time.

Arto Saari

Nice little film of photographer Arto Saari by Russell Houghton. Shot for Gravis footwear.
See more of Russells work here