I was on the pier at Southwold the other day and always enjoy a visit to these most bizarre amusements. Make what you will of them.
Tuesday, 26 July 2011
Found a few of my old Supreme T's the other day. Can't seem to bear letting them go, even the though Burberry one shows signs of being used while painting. The Grand Royal one is an bonus to this post, from the long lost store on Lafayette St, NYC, just across from Supreme.
Been a little slack posting our Boden jaunts on here. Here's a little snippet of a recent shoot in Amsterdam. Much fun had by all, the whole crew whizzed about the city on bikes (very eco - and more fun than a passenger van). Followers of this blog may notice the Brandon bar I posted a few months ago. We were frequent visitors.
I am revisiting a club I have already featured in this short series because a) I love this kit (in fact I still have the shirt from when I was a kid stashed away in a box and b) I actually really love the sports photography from this era. There is always such a rawness to it, having been shot on fast film and shorter lenses, that makes me feel so much more engaged with the subject.
The intrepid Mr Natty, barber utensils silently stashed in his fishing bag, awaits a young model to snip at while standing upon a Maine dock at 5.15am. Times, it appears, are hard. Our hirsute friend is currently back in New England, taking care of the chaps at Bear Week in Provincetown. Best of British Natty!
No, it's not The Proclaimers new album.
The lovely Cathrine Wessel, stoic in the face of midgies biting her face off.
Spot the digital assitant - in his latest 'office'
We have just returned from a fantastic week shooting (photos - though they do have wildlife you can aim if you are inclined) in the wind and rain. It's an incredible place. I'm sure we'll be back, we have been already. It would be even better without the incessant midgies.