Exhibiting in Notting Hill

I was recently asked to exhibit some of my street photos for an exhibition at Tabernacle Arts Centre in Notting Hill.

After much soul-searching, these were the five images that made the selection –

(click on photos in this post to see in a lightbox)

These two colour shots nearly made it but financial restraints and not knowing how much space I’d have caused me to drop them –

I was also tempted to include this film noir style shot. It’s one of my all time favourite photos but I took it when I could still get around on two feet. It was taken using a Canon 7D held above the unknowing subjects head. As the exhibition was celebrating the creativity of people affected by neurological conditions, I thought including it may be cheating a little. I’ll post it again here though just because I love it so much. I hope you do too –

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The exhibition was a great success and raised money for the neurological Art / Science organisation Movement for Hope – www.movementforhope.org. As you can see from these snaps of the private view, there was even an unexpected visit from Russell Brand who seemed to genuinely like my pictures!

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3 Comments

  1. Those are some of my favorites of your pictures that you’ve posted here. And I adore the black and white one but then I adore black and white photography.

    Congrats on the exhibition and the interest from a famous person.

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