On Tuesday I attended a meeting of the Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA). I had been asked to take photographs because a few of the members were having their heads shaved for charity in preparation for a sponsored motorcycle ride. A lot of money has been raised, a lot of fun has been had, and a lot of fun is yet to come.
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I am part of a group of graduating Graphic Design students, collectively known as 'thirteen degrees. Together, we explore and push the boundaries in packaging design, illustration, photography, design for print, design for web, animation, motion graphics and much more. We aim to display a broad variety of our work at our show and would love to see you there.
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Yesterday, I spent the day in the Suffolk countryside with a family who were celebrating the birthday of their 80 year old Uncle. I was the official photographer for the day so tried to capture the energy, excitement and fun that was given off all day.
The kids loved the swing, the grown-ups loved the wine, and we all loved the food.