NHS Estates - The case for investment

Reflecting on previous projects post - Covid and finally seeing some of that work come to fruition can seem strange when we are still living in a very different landscape where social distancing is the norm.

Knitting for the NHS

By definition, lockdown has forced us all to look for creative inspiration closer to home.

Rather than the strange emptiness of urban spaces during lockdown, my experience has been one of calm, in the rural setting of the village in the Chilterns where I live.

Retail Therapy in Lockdown

One thing the lockdown has certainly provided us all with is a chance to take a look at the work we have been doing over the last couple of years. Revisiting and editing past work often gives us photographers the chance to tease out some gems and to find our favourites from a job that passed us by in busier times.

The Art of Negotiation - Part Two

Further to a previous post to showcase my work for Initials on a new magazine for The Negotiation Society, I am now five issues in and still going strong.

25 years of Extraordinary Days

Working with Kerrie Palmer and Neil Stockwell from the creative team at Buchanan Communications I was given the opportunity along with writer Mark Norman to help to tell the stories of management and employees, service users and their families as well as other people involved with CareTech or who's lives had been positively impacted by CareTech over the last twenty five years.

Putting Health into Place

Working directly with NHS England and designer Antony Harrington from Studio Metier I was commissioned to shoot in various locations around the country to highlight stories from the "Healthy New Towns" programme of NHS Funding where the emphasis was PUTTING HEALTH INTO PLACE.


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