RNLI post film about Clive Booth


    The RNLI have posted a film about Clive Booth’s Islay project on their Facebook page. Click the link below to watch it. In two days it has had 70k hits. It is good to have been able to have drawn attention to this amazing organisation. After all we live on a relatively small island, surrounded by […]

Harriet Logan talks about her photography collection


Being both eloquent and feisty at the same time is a gift. As Harriet proves in this honest, heart felt interview….. Read on:  http://cpn.canon-europe.com/content/interviews/tristan_lund_and_harriet_logan_on_collecting_photographs.do

More personal work from Josh Redman

Josh Redman Photographer represented by photographer's agent Mark George

    Josh Redman has proven yet again, that for such a young guy, he has a terrific eye and a real versatility in photography. Four, recently taken, personal images, three of which are so completely different from each other but that are all tied by their maker’s ability to spot a great image and […]

Paul Smith : Impact (click on thumbnails to enlarge)


To most people, gun crime is what you see on television and read about in the press. And perhaps  these images by Paul Smith are so fascinating, because it is so alien and yet  so serious, with life changing results, and because details of  a murder by a firearm are a mystery to all of us. […]

John Offenbach : Calm Sea (click on thumbnails to enlarge)


Yet again John Offenbach has turned in an exceptional series. This time his hand has created images of such delicacy and definition its almost painful. Simple subject, but beautifully interpreted. No one else could do this. How great would it be to produce an advertising campaign that uses photography of this quality? Imagine a poster […]

Ed James : Murder Weapons


Ed James, my most recent signing, has produced a chilling and intriguing body of work entitled “Murder Weapons”. These are still life studies of everyday objects that have been used to commit a murder. I love the way Ed has kept his representation of these often surprisingly mundane objects, simple and uncluttered. Thereby keeping the […]