Photos from the collection gallery

Vicques JU

The Noah’s Ark Taxidermy Gallery (Galerie Arche de Noé) in the Jura mountains.

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Tate Stranger

It’s rare that I take impromptu portaits of strangers these days, but I was inspired by a visit to the Tate Modern gallery in London enough to ask this employee to pose for me.

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Tate Stranger

It’s rare that I take impromptu portaits of strangers these days, but I was inspired by a visit to the Tate Modern gallery in London enough to ask this employee to pose for me.

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Fountain Court, Hampton Court Palace, Middlesex

Sometimes, there’s more to a picture than meets the eye, and the natural surroundings need a little help. Whilst I do my best to eliminate fakery in my landscape and architectural photography, sometimes a little patience, lateral thinking and light use of Photoshop can work wonders. Read how on my website.

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Untitled

Rain, rain, go away, Come again another day. Rain, rain, go away. Come again some other day. Little Arthur wants to play, In the meadow by the hay. Rain, rain, go to Spain, Never show your face again. Rain, rain, pour down, But not a drop on our town. Rain on the green grass, and […]

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Jo at the Elysée

(2007-03-08, 12.20PM) More information at www.allphotographersnow.ch. Original photo here.

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Me at the Elysée

(2007-02-10, 1.38PM) More information at www.allphotographersnow.ch. Original photo here.

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The Scruffy Professor

Going against the "no photography" rules in the National Portrait Gallery, I simply had to ask this man to pose for a portrait. As we walked down the stairs together, he told me that he had stopped off in London on his way home to America after a month-long tour of India, where he had […]

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Visiting Seurat

Photography in London art galleries is strongly frowned upon, so this is a discreet cameraphone shot. The impressionist painting on the wall is "Une Baignade, Asnières" ("Bathers at Asnières") and surprises first-time visitors, who often don’t expect the famous image to be over two metres tall and three metres wide. Asnières is an industrial suburb […]

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