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Beat the Street's!

Yesterday was Nottingham’s Beat the Street’s music festival, which is an event where local Nottingham musicians play in venues across the city to help raise money for the Framework Charity which is in aid of helping homeless people, every penny raised goes to this charity!

It’s for such a good cause, Living in a city I see more and more homeless people each day. I volunteer to photograph this day for DHP to document the event to help raise awareness and funds for framework.

It’s such a fun event and everyone buying a ticket, working or volunteering their time to make the event a success makes me proud of my city!

So here’s a few photos of the bands from the Day :)

The Band Chai!

The Band Chai!

The Band Ava Saint- so much fun!

The Band Ava Saint- so much fun!

The Band Matthew Moore

The Band Matthew Moore

The Band Dandylions

The Band Dandylions

The Band Dandylions- these guys where so colourful and so much fun!

The Band Dandylions- these guys where so colourful and so much fun!

The Band Don’t Forget Rupert! - they had so much energy!

The Band Don’t Forget Rupert! - they had so much energy!

The Band Don’t Forget Rupert!

The Band Don’t Forget Rupert!

The Band Ajaj Henry- He has a beautiful voice and amazing vibe!

The Band Ajaj Henry- He has a beautiful voice and amazing vibe!

The Band You Want Fox!

The Band You Want Fox!

Rob Green- Such a sweet kid, great vibe and he was so happy to be playing at rock city!

Rob Green- Such a sweet kid, great vibe and he was so happy to be playing at rock city!

Crowd shot

Crowd shot

The Band Rob Green!

The Band Rob Green!

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HAPPPY NEW YEAR!

Well Its the end of 2018 and its been an amazing year, I’ve managed to lock down a beautiful studio to capture some wonderful portraits and headshots in, and have met so many wonderful people in the process!

I’ve had plenty of adventures with traveling for work and working with some extremely talented people in the film industry working on brilliant short films, music videos, and commercials. Some of which have had Vimeo staff picks and one has won a few Shark awards. I’ve had some of my work exhibited at Nottinghams first photography festival.

Most of all I’ve had a lot of fun doing the job I love, which il be forever grateful for, I look forward to the future in 2019 for even more photoshoots and adventures!

Here’s a selection of some of my favourite photos that I captured in 2018!

2019 collage of Photography

I would like to wish everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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