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Fighting Against The Trawlers.

  This image was taken in 1993 or possibly 1994. I was working for Manager Magazine and decided to live with a Muslim Fishing village in Trang for around about 15 days. I learnt to place the nets out at night and pull them in in the morning. I think this was my 2nd ever assignment for the magazine. The villagers were some of the kindest people I have ever met. One funny thing was though, ...
Fashion Street Portrait Photography On Location, Bangkok


Portrait Photography Bangkok: The featured image was taken during a photography workshop. The location was scouted out two days before and I am sure will be used again, maybe as a more funded TFP or even a commercial fashion photography shoot. I just love the juxtaposition of the rust, old car and young model. The second image was again photographed using a pre-scouted location, a Nikon ...
portrait studio photography


STUDIO PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY I invited this street seller to sit for me at the old photography studio in Bangkok, for a portrait. I used a single honeycomb grid on a reflector at a 45 degree ‘Rembrandt’ angle. It was the first studio portrait I had done for quiet sometime as my career moved to documentary photography since moving to Asia. I, like most photographers, have to be ...


Product Photography at our studio in Bangkok, Thailand. Today’s pact shot looked rather rather inviting, specially towards the end of a long day’s work photographing the thing. But as no one remembered the lime we decided not to imbue the contents..honest!
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Kunming China Documentary Photography: I spent a year documenting families in China using a very simple non artistic approach. These grandparents refusing to be moved out by developers while all the buildings around them have been knocked down. The grandfather is a very talented calligrapher. Fascinating chatting and getting to know them, lovely people.  For more images visit  Photography ...
portrait photography Bangkok


Portrait Photography in Bangkok: Really was just trying out the new studio yesterday, works great, here we used my large beauty dish hung from the over head rail system. I wanted to emphasise Matas’ jawline. I edit RAW files in Capture 1 nowadays, so much better for tethered photography too than say Lightroom. Should work well with my Phase One Camera.  

New Bangkok Photography Studio For Hire

Thailand: My Bangkok based Photography studio is situated right in the centre of the now very trendy China Town area. I have a fully equipped Bowen Mono Head set of lights, beauty dishes, soft box at all sizes. They are all available for hire either at the studio or for location work. If you are coming to Bangkok and need to hire a photography studio or photography equipment then we have ...