Both these shots were taken during stormy weather in Cornwall, in the south west of England. Wheel Coates is a disused tin mine, with ruins dating back to the late 1800s. The ruin in these shots used to house the engine and pump that kept the main 180m shaft dry.
How to Create a Monochrome Colour Wash Image In Photoshop Monochrome colour wash images, essentially a mono-coloured black and white shot, have long been part of the repertoire of digital artists. Theyare now finding favour on Facebook, Instagram and on web pages. I was recently asked online to explain how they are done, and it […]
The ‘Whispering Gallery’ set in the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral is one of it’s principle tourist attractions. The accoustics are remarkable. Setting up in the gallery, early in the morning, and before the public arrived it felt like a vast space, with the onion-shape of the dome above giving glimpses of another balcony far […]
Recently I was commissioned to work on an advertising campaign for St Paul’s Cathedral, in London. Although it’s an important religious building, St Pauls is also a place where anyone can escape from the frenzied London atmosphere, find peace and quiet, buy a coffee, climb the dome for amazing views across London, or simply be […]
Inglorious played at Weyfest in 2017. Here’s Nathan James, lead singer, enjoying a pint of beer atfer their set.