I recently spent a really enjoyable afternoon with a photographer friend of mine, Paul B Nash. Paul kindly agreed to take some photographs for me so that I can share a little of my artist’s life in my Cornish studio. The trend for taking selfies has completely passed me by, and I would far rather be drawing than staging arty shots to present myself on social media, so any images of me at work were practically non-existent. Paul is one of those people who excells at whatever he turns his hand to and is a fellow artist also. He has a wealth of photographic experience across a broad range of genres, and I have huge respect for his skill and his vision when documenting the world around him.
So in the middle of a heatwave (I could have timed that better!) Paul and I spent a few hours sharing our love of art and imagery. I now have a wonderful range of photographs that remind me of good conversation, lots of laughter, and capture this stage of my artistic journey beautifully.
Some of Paul’s photographs from this shoot are featured on my website, and a further selection are below.
I am very grateful to Paul for sharing his knowledge and skills with me in this way, and I highly recommend you take a look at his website and enjoy his remarkable photography. It ranges from landscapes to portraiture, wildlife to architecture, street photography to still life, and explores a wide range of styles and inspirations.