The Italian Job - Part 3
Today was going to be a day i have waited for for a number of years, the first location was one i had wanted to see for ages..
We arrived in the town nice and early and made our way to the access, lucky for us it was nice and easy, and there i was standing in Manicomio di Rosetti, Manicomio is Italian for Mental hospital. I was excited to wanderer around this old Asylum, there was hardly any damage by vandals here so it was only the natural decay and nature reclaiming this place, so its really photogenic. Read More
The Italian Job - Part 2
4.30am and my alarm is going off, i reach over and hit snooze and just before i drop back off to sleep i suddenly realise i need to get up and get my stuff together as we at setting off back to Chateau LB at 5am.
So we arrive a little past 6am, park up and start the walk through the woods again, all of us hoping everyone is fast asleep when we get there this time. As we come out through the woods there is an air of silence “awesome” we all say and run over to the access point and within 2 mins we were all inside. As we look around we realise we are in the library so we make our way in to the rest of the building and WOW what a building. Read More
My Favorite 10 Images 2018
I’m always getting asked what are my favorite images, so i thought i would post the 10 images that i like the best from what i have taken in 2018 Read More
The Italian Job - Part 1
Way back in April/May 2018 myself and my friend Sam spoke about a week long tour in Europe with models shooting them in and around forgotten buildings, at that point it was just a talk, by the time August came around we had the route planned, locations planned, model Kerry booked in and all the places we were going to stay all booked.
The plan was to set off in to France, drive down and into Italy, spend 4 days in Italy and then drive back up through Switzerland and Belgium, stopping at abandoned buildings shooting the Kerry and the architecture along the way.
France has an abundance of grand abandoned buildings from incredible Chateau’s to stunning Chapels, the architecture is just stunning and also this makes for beautiful back drops for portrait photography. Read More