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.
Folkestone locals and Rocksalt regulars give their first impressions to the Flying Spur V8 S
Bentley Broadstairs – coming soon
Exhausting business, this modelling lark
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.