Not a lot I can say that hasn’t already been said about one of the most laid-back, thought-provoking and enjoyable festivals in Kent…
A great place to meet old friends and new over an elderflower cider and catch some of the incredible line-up. My 2017 highlights: Lemn Sissay, Shane Koyczan, Dizraeli and, yes, the 3 Half Pints!
It was a pleasure to work with Beth, Raphael and the team again – and lovely to see some of my 2016 shots gracing this year’s programme. Roll on 2018.
3 Half Pints
It really was funny…
3 Half Pints
Lori Hopkins’ Explorer
Coco and the Butterfields in the Hideaway doing a secret set – SHHH!
Coco and the Butterfields’ Dulcima Showan
Tongue Fu: “Cheeese.”
Tongue Fu & Friends
Dizraeli: awesome set
Stories On The Stour
Emily Hennessey – up the creek without a paddle
That’s the problem with this generation – always on their bloody phones…
Rob and Micah play into the night
That’s all folks.
A crazy day of world music in Canterbury’s Dane John Gardens, including Family Atlantica.
On assignment for Bentley, 24 hours dashing around Copenhagen in a Bentayga in the company of Søren and Mads, the CEOs of Urban Jurgensen and Shamballa respectively. Beautiful city, lovely people and an amazing vibe – I look forward to a longer visit without the meter running.
Tim Steinov, head chef @ Toldboden
A wee dram
Discussing hygge at Lidkoeb
Line ’em up
Play it again, Mads
On yer bike, son
It’s a wrap
Skuespilhuset, looking across to Operaen
St Alban’s Church, Kastellet
Another day, another Bentley Magazine shoot – this time with Sam Chick in our native Kent, last summer, including Biggin Hill, Folkestone and Broadstairs.
Bentley Broadstairs – coming soon
Exhausting business, this modelling lark
Folkestone locals and Rocksalt regulars give their first impressions to the Flying Spur V8 S
Lucia K and a Westland AW 109S Grand (oh yeah – and a Bentley)
A quick stop for Bentley Magazine on the Blancpain Endurance tour (and a little behind-the-scenes shot of Sam snagging the cover – again)
A delightful day spent with Margaret and Robin. Fascinating to see the difference between the painter’s and the sculptor’s spaces and how each portrays the absent artist.