Saturday, 21 April 2012

Monday, 16 April 2012

Nowhere To Go But Everywhere

A few shots from a wonderful shoot I did yesterday with Dan and Jordan. Check out this link to see the whole album.

Saturday, 14 April 2012

To A Land Where Joy Shall Never End


I was asked to take photos of the Home Going Celebration of Mr. Jimmy Anderson Jr. Here are a few of the shots taken at both the chapel service at A.E. Grier & Sons Chapel and the burial ceremony at the Veterans National Cemetery in Salisbury, NC.

Dedication, Devotion

Walking with Kate in Huntersville, NC. My deal with myself was to use either my 50mm or 70-300mm only, to change up the challenge of taking engaging countryside photos.

Monday, 9 April 2012

My Other Venture

My Other Limb prints are now available to purchase via Etsy. I am currently only listing one print each of a small group of prints I had made up (to see how it goes), but if there is an image you know you would like printed that isn't listed on there, don't hesitate to get in touch via and I can organise a bespoke order for you. Click on the logo below to go straight to the MyOtherLimb Etsy shop!

Sunday, 8 April 2012

My Other Website

This will just be a short update post, as I plan on adding more written posts here on the MOL blog in the near future... and here's why:

My Other Limb is on its way to becoming an LLC. That basically means that it's going to be a company in its own right. I'll still be working as an assistant, and (when I can) working other jobs to pay the bills, if need be. But currently MOL is getting a lot of interest, and so in the spirit of "now or never", I'm going to go for it, and make it a company. With its own website, contracts, tax codes, and all the official things I've not done (or had to do!) before. It's scary, a little daunting, and very, very exciting.

So, although photos will of course still be posted here, my portfolio can be seen more completely (along with details of how to book a MOL shoot) on the official My Other Limb Website. This blog will now also serve as a more personal, although obviously photography-focused, written outlet.

If you have a moment, please do have a look around the MOL site by clicking on the link below!