Paris, July 2017.
A perk of my job at Lomography is getting to try out new products before they hit the market.
This month it was a 35mm 400 ASA film. In 2010 Lomography purchased the last Jumbo Roll of this line and left it to ‘mature’ as stated in the press release. Now after several years they have released one of the most interesting colour films I have shot with in a long time! Below are the results.
Working on Newburgh Street certainly has it’s perks. The main one is that Lomography is located just across the street. I can’t deny that I’ve had to exert some serious self control… But when I saw on their Instagram that the disposable Ilford XP2 had landed in store, I made a beeline for them! Continue reading
In March of this year, I got on several planes and took myself to New Zealand to see my dear friend. Unfortunately it was only a two week stay, but that’s the best excuse to go back.
A few weeks ago we got on a plane to go see the sun in Agadir. We only stayed for a few days, and I came home wishing it had been longer. I forgot what my shadow actually looked like. The few days we were there, we actually managed to fit in so much!
6am 25th of October 2015.
Canon FTB. Ilford 3200. 35mm.
I rarely put any of my photographs on here as I usually put them on my Flickr. But I got these back from the lab today and they made me rather happy.
I just realised I haven’t actually posted anything since the summer of last year, which is ever so lazy of me as some strange things happened at the end of last year!
One of them was attending the Vivienne Westwood Mirror the World show. Long story, but I ended up on the front row.
The show speaks for itself so here are some pictures.