Friday, 25th September, 2020
The Guardian's Picture Essays showcase the work of some of the world's finest photographers. I am therefore delighted to join their number with the publication, today, of my illustrated account of working as part of the ICU team at the Gwent during the first wave of the pandemic:
The article communicates everything I wanted to say - the incredible team work that got us through; the too high cost for so many who volunteered their help and the deadly nature of this awful virus as well as the challenges that continue to lie ahead.
Click on the image above for a link to the article on line. 

20th September, 2020

Very pleased to be featured among some extraordinarily talented photographers in an article in this week's Amateur Photographer on "Why I'm Sticking With Olympus." A fascinating read, especially in the light of all of the doomsayers who are predicting the Olympus range's imminent decline. The same reasons come up again and again from a broad range of photographers: Olympus offer exceptionally well built cameras and lenses with the best weather sealing available. They are eminently customisable and highly portable with one of the widest collection of high quality lenses available for any system and capable of producing pin sharp images that more than satisfy any publishers requirements or can be printed large for exhibitions or sale.

These are very similar arguments to those I outlined on this blog almost a year ago: Why I Use Olympus Cameras

Click on the magazine cover above for a link to an online version of the article. 



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