The Print Aid Project is a collaboration of photographers and designers from around the world. Buy one of these prints at a special reduced price and all of the profits will benefit the victims of the Tohoku Earthquake in Japan, March 2011.
Published on Thu Jul 28, 2011
Liverpool photographer David J Colbran exhibits at major new photography festival in Merseyside. The project shows both peaceful and violent reactions to changes in society under a new Government and the response from police and stewards trying to control events.
Published on Thu Jul 21, 2011
As festivals go Glastonbury 2011 had it all; mud, sunshine, world-beating bands and a party attitude most festivals would die for. Here are my images from the UK's largest music festival
Published on Fri Jul 1, 2011
Africa Oye is the UK's biggest free African music festival and proved again to be a massive success with 30 000 plus people visiting. The sun was shining for most of the weekend and the artists were absolutely brilliant.
Published on Tue Jun 21, 2011
London photographer Neil Spence commissioned Liverpool's DJC Design to to project manage and deliver a high quality website for his London photography business
Published on Wed Jun 8, 2011
I really enjoyed my 6th time covering the London Marathon. The weather was a little warm and sunny for those taking part, but ideal for those working and watching. I love working the marathon, its always a great atmosphere and everyone is so friendly, it makes working long hours easy.
Published on Wed May 11, 2011
I've been documenting the emerging direct action group UK Uncut over the past few months. Series of images and tear sheets from published photographs
Published on Fri Apr 8, 2011
I was recently commissioned by a Manchester property developer, to provide quality photographs of central Liverpool development for their website and promotional material
Published on Tue Mar 22, 2011
'The Making of Liverpool' launch at The Capstone Building, in Liverpool, Feb. 2011 - really interesting and friendly evening. It was the official launch of 'The Making of Liverpool' book and a screening of the Award winning animation film
Published on Thu Mar 3, 2011
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