Posted on September 11, 2017
One of the great highlights of being the RAF Ice Hockey Association photographer is the annual RAF Championships which takes place in Dundee, at the end of summer each year.
RAF teams based across England and Scotland come together to compete for the highly coveted RAF Champions trophy.
So with my kit bag all packed and lots of layers to ward off the chill of the ice, I made the long trek from Norfolk to Dundee. Read More
Posted on June 18, 2017
At the beginning of June, I travelled to Sheffield to photograph the annual UK Armed Forces Ice Hockey Tournament. This was my fourth year as tournament photographer. I am incredibly passionate about my ice hockey photography and I consider it a privilege to be a part of this prestigious military competition, which sees teams from the British Army, Royal Air Force and Royal Navy compete against each other to become Tri-Service Champions. In addition, each evening, the Royal Navy Destroyers, RAF Aces and British Army Blades, battle it out for the Inter-Service Championship Cup.
So, what’s it like to be tournament photographer? – Four long, cold days rink side working hard, but worth every second to capture all the action and emotions; the agony of defeat and the ecstasy of triumph! Read More
Posted on May 31, 2017
Last weekend, I had the pleasure of being asked to photograph the annual UEA Avalanche All Star Game. Two beautiful figure skating performances from Jasmine and Beverley of the university’s ice skating club provided the perfect opening to what was a great evening. Read More
Posted on May 14, 2017
We had tie-fighters, R2D2 and an intergalactic cake for Max’s Star Wars themed first birthday portrait and cake smash session. Read More
Posted on March 30, 2017
The first home game of 2017 saw The RAF Vulcans take a hard fought 10 – 7 victory from the Nottingham Knights. Congratulations to Vulcans’ #19, Lee Cope, on Man of the Match. Read More
Posted on March 24, 2017
My heart always leaps with joy when Creative Arts East appears in my inbox asking me to photograph another event. Since first commissioning me in 2014 to photograph ‘The Trench’, a haunting play set during World War I, I have been treated to a veritable feast of creative offerings ranging from the abstract to the simply wonderful. Read More