The Princess Theatre in Torquay wanted me to do a photo shoot of the Snow White Christmas Pantomime cast, in full costume, for some social media promotions. They asked if I could… “Oh Yes I can”…Continue reading
If you were wondering what was there to do at the Torquay Christmas Carnival, there is actually more than you think! The fun, games and activities start long before the Christmas light switch on and carnival. Here is a photo guide to what was happening before and during the bit switch on…Continue reading
If you didn’t get to see Wavelength down at Torre Abbey you missed a real treat. It was a light show with a difference and it really lit up not only the buildings and cliffs but it also lit up the faces of the families and children who managed to see it.Continue reading
If you’ve ever wanted to take photos inside a cave but didn’t want it to look like every other photo out there? If you’ve seen my photos from the shoot and wondered how I did it? Read on…Continue reading
Theatres are magical places where wonder and entertainment go hand in hand. The colours, the clothing, the lighting, it all creates a wonderous realm of possibility for all ages.
When TOPS Musical Productions asked me to photograph the dress rehearsal at the Princess Theatre in Torquay I jumped at the chance. There is a real challenge to this kind of photography because it is a lot more difficult to get right, due to the constant lighting changes.Continue reading
There are two routes, a five or ten mile walk, starting and ending at the Riviera International Conference Centre.
I followed the first group as they walked around Torquay Harbour, through Preston in Paignton, and then over to the Torbay Leisure Centre in Goodrington, Paignton.
The marshalls were all fantastic, so supportive and funny. Rowcroft could not have had a better bunch of people marshalling the event!
I have more photos on my Rowcroft Sleepwalk 2019 Facebook Post.
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How would fancy walking from Torre Abbey in Torquay, to Haytor on Dartmoor, and then back again? No, not me either 🙂
A massive congratulations to the team 34-12, who walked 34 miles in 12 hours for Bullies Out, an anti-bullying charity.
As someone who was bullied all through school, I was really happy to help by capturing the day with my cameras. At the time of writing, you can still donate to them via this link.
Here are some highlights of the day…
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An excellent evening being the photographer for TOPS musical productions as they rehearsed CATS, coming to the Princess Theatre in Torquay in September 2019.
There are plenty more rehearsals before the big night so stay tuned for more photos!
Visit the TOPS Torquay Facebook page here.