The photo collections from the Orchestra In A Field classical music festival are now on-line and can be viewed here.
There are also a selection of these images available via our Alamy page for anyone looking to use these images for editorial purposes.
This collection of photographs also includes the world premier performance by Charles Hazlewoods Paraorchestra. A very inspiring performance from some very able musicians.
We are very proud to be featured in the new 2012/13 edition of the Imagine Magazine directory of professional services.
We are also in Brighton next week covering the Develop Conference on behalf of Imagine Magazine. The conference is dedicated to game development with a particular emphasis on animation technologies.
Had a great time at Charles Hazlewoods Orchestra in a Field gig this past weekend. I even got to build and have a little play with a set of Tubular Bells rented from Mike Oldfield no less. Very good event, had the opportunity to meet some very talented people like Charles, Will Gregory & Adrian Utley.
A particula highlight was the Premier of The British Paraorchestra
As ever, photos to follow in the next day. Here is a picture of the bells …
This is now viewable on the Lipsmacking site here.
You can now view the Lipsmacking Festival film online here.
Well, that all went rather well. It was a resounding success again this year, lots more stalls and more competitions and all manner of good stuff. There was even a record set!! The world record for stretching a curly wurly was absolutely smashed to pieces! We’ll have to wait for an official update from the GWR to confirm. Photos to follow!
Well done all the organisers and we’re already looking forward to 2012!
Lenssniper has just delivered a selection of photographs commissioned by Lipsmacking Festivals for the pull out directory included in the November issue of The List.
Have just been informed that the images I supplied for Fiona Stewart have been published on the Bevan Foundation blog. You can read up on it here. You can find out more about the Bevan Foundation here.
You can read the a write up by Jon himself here.