A few photos from when I visited my very good friend Carl Bryan while he acted in a 48 hour scifi challenge film in Derby. Directed by Chris Bevan. All lighting courtesy of DoP Karl Poyzer. The film can be seen here.
Time to get back into some photography
I finally developed a few rolls of film I’ve had knocking around for a while now.
This is one of several accidental double exposures. It appears I started a roll of film, took a few shots, wound the film back and started using it again in another camera having forgotten what the original shots were.
This shot is of Brighton, but I have no idea what the writing superimposition is.
Some photo evidence of just how cold and rainy some of the FIBS shoot was.
Here’s me talking to Patric Hurd-Wood and Guy Oberlander, while producer Russell Noon tries to keep them dry between takes.
Photo by Simon Prince
I’ve been trying to go out and get back into taking more photos. Here’s one taken last month at around 1am in the morning.
A still from my recent music video for Birds & Batteries. One of the shots I’m really proud of. All of the flares were created in camera.
Here’s the quote I gave to the bands PR for the videos promotion:
Using the human body as a canvas I wanted to create a beautiful and haunting visual narrative portraying a conflict between nature, architecture and the body, ultimately representing love and acceptance, whatever the imperfections.