I found this interesting floor in Andover yesterday – always pays to look down as well as up and always good to turn one’s gaze away from the job in hand every now and again – keeps things fresh. Made me want to go back a shoot more of it.
I was lucky enough to receive, from Kate at #Updown Gallery, a complimentary ticket to this year’s Art14 show at London Olympia. It was an interesting few hours and also allowed me do dust off my happy snapping camera that I haven’t used for a while.
Follow Robert Greshoff This is the way in
Follow Robert Greshoff This is a piece by Stephen Melton being closely examined by a small child and her parents.
Follow Robert Greshoff I loved this mechanical drawing creature
Did this while waiting for my subject during a portrait shoot at Mastercard yesterday.
Makes London look like the great city it is!
We has some great skies yesterday afternoon.
I pulled over yesterday on my way back from a project shoot to photograph this expanse.
In keeping with the glamorous photographer lifestyle I lead, today I’ve been photographing industrial sheds near Heathrow…
I was at Broadcasting House earlier this week doing an editorial shoot. As usual I had some time to wander the space before getting set up and these are a couple of the snaps I took enroute.
The first is looking down the atrium from the 7th floor to the ground floor. The second is the view from the 6th floor towards Oxford Circus with the unmistakable spire of the Nash designed All Souls Church.
I was out at dusk yesterday shooting the final scene of a little movie sequence (which didn’t go as planned so I’ll have to do it again on the next cold clear night!) but whilst I was packing the gear away, I looked up, saw the moon and took this before collapsing the tripod and putting the last camera away.
So not an entirely fruitless session.