Posted on January 17, 2017
Situated in the Norfolk village of Thompson, College Farm was the perfect setting for Vicky and Steven’s beautiful relaxed wedding. The day was filled with laughter, tears, smiles, happiness and love. Read More
Posted on January 16, 2017
I am incredibly proud of my work with the RAFIHA and it is a privilege and pleasure to be the Association’s photographer. It has been another fantastic year for me documenting the journey of this great organisation and the people who belong to it. I have taken thousands of photographs throughout the last twelve months and I would like to share with you some of my favourite images from this year ~ Trish
2016 got off to a great start with the Sportsman weekend, where we enjoyed an Aces v Saints game at Ice Sheffield followed by a dinner and presentation evening at RAF Cranwell. With a forthcoming tour to Canada for the RAF Aces, we took the opportunity to do a little promo shoot, with the Aces getting a chance to show off their modelling skills.
The Vulcans and The Bluewings went head to head in the Anglo Cup Final in May; the Vulcans retaining their title as Anglo Cup Champions for another year.
June saw the annual Combined Services Tournament, the Bluewings made a blistering start to the competition in a bid to defend their title, but the British Army teams proved tough competition, as did the British Army Blades who felled the RAF Aces in the final of the Inter-Service Cup.
September, the teams headed north of the border for the RAF Championships. Determined not to let another trophy slip through their fingers, the Bluewings annihilated the Vulcans in the final to become the new RAF Champions.
Posted on July 19, 2016
I had the pleasure of being asked to photograph the inaugural UK Summer Classic at Ice Sheffield on Sunday. As Sheffield baked in the July sunshine, teams from across the UK competed in the three versus three tournament.
Congratulations to the Don Valley Vikings on winning the UK Summer Classic Trophy
Posted on June 24, 2016
At the beginning of June, I spent a week at Ice Sheffield photographing the annual UK Armed Forces Ice Hockey Tournament. Four days packed with hockey, which saw teams from the British Army, Royal Air Force and Royal Navy compete in a round-robin competition for the Tri-Service Cup, Plate and Bowl. Each evening, the Royal Navy Destroyers, RAF Aces and British Army Blades battled it out for the Inter-Service Championship Cup. I am incredibly passionate about my ice hockey photography; this was my third year as tournament photographer, such an intensive (and cold!) week for me, but so much fun.
And so the stage was set…
The puck dropped on the 2016 Tournament with an 11-2 win for the Army Sappers.
Day One of the tournament saw some great hockey and ended with the reigning Tri-Service Champions, The RAF Bluewings, top of the leader board.
Victory for the RAF Aces, as they beat the Royal Navy Destroyers 9-2. Hat tricks from Guscott and Hutchinson secured a place in the Inter-Service Cup Final against the British Army Blades.
Day two saw the Army teams step up a gear and the RAF Bluewings slipped from top spot
The Royal Navy Destroyers endure a punishing 14 – 1 defeat at the hands of the British Army Blades in the Inter-Service Championship Cup.
Day three of the tournament and the teams battled it out for placings in the finals of the Cup, Plate and Bowl.
The one everyone had been waiting for, the Inter-Service Cup Final between the RAF Aces and the British Army Blades.
As the RAFIHA photographer, it was a privilege to be invited into the RAF Aces locker room to document the preparations and anticipation ahead of the big game.
Heartbreak for the RAF Aces as they are defeated 7-2 by the British Army Blades, who retain the trophy for the fourth consecutive year.
Final day of the tournament and the REME Stallions lift the trophy as they beat the Army All Stars in the final to become Tri-Service Champions 2016.
Posted on March 18, 2016
When Creative Arts East commissioned me to photograph a silent Chinese film with musical accompaniment, I didn’t know what to expect – who knew such a project existed?!
I turned up at St Mary’s Church, Banham on a cold wintry evening for the performance of Written In Dust, by British Director, Gareth Rees. Set in Beijing, it is a contemporary tragic tale of three friends who migrate to the city in search of a new life, but encounter love, lies and betrayal. With a dark and gritty style of cinematography and the haunting musical accompaniment by Ling Peng and Andrew Middleton, the experience was captivating. The atmospheric glow inside the church enhanced the performance; rural cinema proved to be an unexpected treat.
Posted on January 18, 2016
‘The Bench’… where the real story of the Team comes alive and the drama, excitement and passion of the game unfolds….
Posted on January 18, 2016