Category Archives: Portraits

Carrie Fisher’s wit

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Tweet In 2011 Carrie Fisher was made an Honorand of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, the school she attended in 1973. She was introduced by her mother Debbie Reynolds. Carrie Fisher walked up to the lectern and … Continue reading

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Oh Joe….

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Tweet Rest in peace Joe. I will listen to your music forever.

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The Commune

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Tweet The image below is of Kerry Fitzgerald from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama production of “The Commune” by Rebecca Lenkiewicz. Performed by the students on the MA Acting Contemporary course. This is one of the best … Continue reading

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Photographing the King

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Tweet I recently had the wonderful experience of photographing the actor Joss Ackland to publicise a rehearsed reading of King Lear. The readings were in aid of the motor neurone disease association charity here. I’ve been told that the two … Continue reading

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Riz Ahmed

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Tweet I had the pleasure of photographing actor/rapper Riz Ahmed the other day. It was a Q&A held at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Riz is an alumni of Central and was invited back to share his experiences … Continue reading

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Caroline Parker portrait

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Tweet My friend Caroline Parker comes to visit me every so often to make new photographs for her publicity materials. One of Caroline’s many talents is her sign language interpretation which you can read about here. Once we have done … Continue reading

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