On assignment for Bloomberg yesterday I headed to Scarborough for an early start documenting the fishermen within the harbour. The wider context of the story was that as Brexit begins to come back into play after Coronavirus has dominated world affairs there are worries of an impasse in the negotiations. As the British and EuropeanContinue reading “Scarborough Fishing”
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Flooding affects homes and businesses in East Cowick and Snaith after the River Aire bursts its banks on February 29, 2020 in East Cowick, United Kingdom. Flooding from the swollen River Aire continues to cause damage in East Yorkshire. Properties have been flooded in part of the county, with residents warned that disruption could lastContinue reading “Storm Jorge”
Extinction Rebellion demonstrators joined with local campaigners for a three-day mass action protest at the Bradley Open Cast coal mine near Consett. The ‘We are the Dead Canaries’ action is the first of many during a planned 40 Days of Action alongside other events taking place to coincide with Lent. Banks Mining Group who operateContinue reading “We are the dead canaries”
The Raddison Blu hotel in Durham was the location for the Labour Party Leadership Hustings this weekend as they approach their final stages. The leadership hustings between Sir Keir Starmer, Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, Lisa Nandy, MP for Wigan and Rebecca Long-Bailey, Shadow Secretary of State for Business took to theContinue reading “Labour Party Leadership Hustings”
The culmination of the week long York Viking Festival in York sees hundreds of Viking re-enactors gather outside York Minster to march through the City. This year the dramatic grand finale battle held near Clifford’s Tower was unfortunately cancelled due to extremely high winds but visitors and re-enactors alike seemed to make the most ofContinue reading “York Vikings”
So I recently made the difficult financial decision of trading in my previous camera and lens system which were Fuji X Pro2’s and swapping over to Sony A9 MkII’s. I didn’t arrive at this decision lightly and as any freelance who has invested in a camera system will know – it’s bloody expensive when youContinue reading “New Tools”
Within a week of returning from covering York and the aftermath of ‘Storm Ciara’ another named storm, ‘Storm Dennis’, was heading across the Atlantic towards the UK. If reports were accurate this storm also had the potential of causing huge disruption in many parts of the country. So once again I found myself heading downContinue reading “Storm Dennis”
Junior Soldiers from the Army Foundation College in Harrogate reached the first milestone in their military careers yesterday as they marched onto the regimental parade square for their graduation from training. The Army Foundation College in Harrogate opened in 1998 and is the Army’s flagship training establishment for young soldiers. It provides training for soldiersContinue reading “Graduation Parade at AFC Harrogate”