Might windy on the pier today.
Meet Philip. He sells Fine Art replicas via Direct Mail. You can buy it, you can try it and even if you don’t like it, can get your money back after twelve months.
Photographed in The Bell, Reigate after two quadruple whiskeys and a burger and chips.
Nice to see my photograph of Katharine Arnold on the La Soirée page today 🙂
Taken at the stupendous New Year’s Eve party in the Speigel Tent in Leicester Square. This is the most unusual pose I shot that night, but in some ways the most evocative of Katharine’s amazing aerial ability, agility and strength. Look at that face, effortless! I think this move is known to aerialists as a meat hook, combined with the splits. Amazing.
The gorgeous Katharine Arnold up in the air at LA SOIRÉE – on now at Perth Fringe World Festival. Photo by Nathan Thomas Jones. http://bit.ly/2iKNuDu.
Outtakes with La Soirée, Leicester Square Speigel Tent
La Soirée at the Edith Speigel Tent, Perth
If you’re in Perth, go see La Soirée (until 26 Feb)
Other La Soirée photographs
La Clique photographs
Back from a hiatus in far flung places. Joker is barking La Soirée in Leicester Square. He’s also causing mischief with close up magic, perplexing his audience with deft hand movements. Things don’t disappear as you think they are…
“I like your hat”, I say
“It’s not a hat!”, she replies, “It’s a hairband that keeps my ears warm but you can still see my crazy hair!”.
Shoot in Battersea Park on the waterfall. Link for full set below. Mostly shot around the James Pulham (II and III) designed cascades. This meant a climb over the railings–no mean feat in a tailored dress. Also, there was a tramp up there, speaking in tongues and trying to charm the model with a 2 litre bottle of Diamond White cider.
Shot on 35mm film. The dress is the model’s own, which she designed and made.
Due another shoot in that park, I think.
Tom Chant, around the time he started music school, from memory. Already brilliant on piano and just beginning to get into saxophone. Later to feature in Half Baked Quartet, Eddie Prevost Trio, Cinematic Orchestra, and my personal favourite, the Marseille Figs.
We were really into this record around that time.