Well that was a long spell of no updates, some irritable malware crapness kept me away. Anyway, back now and updates a comin.
First up, just finished another fun shoot for howies. Shot in Tasmania, Australia whilst the summer still lingers on here and winter still has it’s grip on chilly Wales.
God bless fedex.
Just spent the last week or so shooting the new range of winter jackets for UK based howies. Somehow I managed to persuade them to box up the jackets and send them to me to shoot Australia. With winter still lingering down here in tassie, I grabed a bunch of mates, tents, canoes, big rucksacks and hit the wilderness for some adventures in the lakes and mountains.
What a time!
Earlier this year I had the great job to shoot all the images for a new cookbook by the guys at Pieminister. Working together with the awesome peeps at Harris + Wilson and my good buddies at A-Side Studio we ate pies, made cheese, ate pies, shot pheasants, ate pies, had a fake second christmas, ate pies and ate pies.
A very good job indeed.
The book is relaeased in a few days on September 1st and available from the usual suspects including Amazon. Rad.
a few weeks back I got a great commision for an awesome little publishing company, Polarworld, to shoot a portrait of legenedary bristish climber Paul Pritchard. So it turned out he was living basically up the end of my road in Hobart, so we got to know each other over a few coffees and then spent an afternoon hiking out to a little hut at the top of our local mountain. He is a total legend and an inspiring fella.
An awesome little job.
Here is one that didn’t quite make the cut.
I’m on the road shooting for howies at the moment.
Lots of driving, lots of shooting, lots of nice people and lots of good times…
Baked Cod on the beach.
Shot, Produced and edited: James Bowden
Cooking: Harry Mosley
Titles: Rose Darling
a very wet day of foraging and cooking with Caroline at fat hen in west cornwall. amazing place, amazing person and we drove home with full bellies and brains full of ideas for our new project…ooooohhh!
This time - Game Lasagne, with rabbit, pheasant, partridge and chicken… and a little play on the drums.