There appears to be no respite from the continuous snowfall here in New York. A few images from in between the deluge of the icy white stuff. I’ll be glad when the spring gets here…….Please donate any unwanted warm clothing to any of the clothing banks in New York, Salvation Army, Red Cross etc
A recent portrait of author Jennifer Clement taken in her sister Barbara Sibley’s restaurant Lapalapa in New York City. The portrait was published in the Books section of The Telegraph.
My favorite time of year has finally arrived…… the Six Nations rugby kicks off tomorrow……!!
I’ve just returned back from Wales after attending Rich and Kat’s big day. It was a great wedding and I had a fantastic time catching up with many old friends and making some new ones. In between the stag do, felling trees, cutting logs and the wedding I managed to do some landscapes. I visited Talacre lighthouse which is sadly in disrepair to shoot some images during an ebbing tide.
The animals at Central Park Zoo managed to enjoy the recent snowstorm unlike their human counterparts…
Well, twenty thirteen is drawing to a close. It has been a varied and sad year on the assignment front. I ended up covering everything from the Boston Marathon bombings, the Cleveland basement kidnappings, the neo-nazi who named his children after Hitler to the world renowned Grumpy Cat. I’m just wondering what 2014 has in store? Hopefully it will be a safe and prosperous year for all.
Here are a few photographs, taken on various assignments from this past year…..
Nadolig Llawen a Blwyddyn Newydd Dda! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Twelve months has gone by, but the pain for those who lost somebody never lessens. There is no such thing as closure for the grieving parents. So many innocent lives, cruelly taken in a senseless act of depraved violence.
I saw this little but plump American Robin, filling his boots on berries during a stroll through Central Park. A sign the holiday season is getting nearer!
My girlfriend and I were home in Wales recently to visit the family and to attend Steve and Lisa’s wedding. We had a great time, the trip flew by though and before I knew it, I was back on a plane and back on assignment photographing a serpent wielding preacher in Tennessee. Anyway, we lucked out on some really nice weather, considering the time of year. Congratulations to Steve and Lisa again!