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Burning the midnight oil..

January 17, 2012


This probably is something that many photographers can relate to, you have a big tournament/day of photography and the clients are anxious to get their hands on the photos A.S.A.P. So what do we end up doing? Well, there probably are as many ways of trying to stay awake and alert to edit through the […]

It was a long day

January 15, 2012


Long Sunday my friends ! Alarm rang at 6.30am – time to get up and drive to listen to FIBA presentation to the referees at a hotel in Birmingham. Well, not so much to listen than to take pictures – strange to see all BBL referees in one room (I know some coaches would love […]

Health and Safety….

January 13, 2012


This season is the first one that I have attempted to use cameras behind the back-board in the BBL games. And I have to say there has been a very varied response to my requests to use the remote cameras in games. Not wanting to name any teams, better to stay on the good side […]

Photographers protocol?

January 11, 2012


The other night I was attending an un-named football match, and took my place nice and early in the corner that I thought the action would be at. Happily sitting there, setting my laptop and other things ready for the game, while others were running and snapping pictures of the managers. Game starts, and I […]

Birmingham City Ladies reporting back to training!

January 9, 2012


It might be early January, but the thoughts are slowly turning towards the summer, and one of the many things it means for me is the travels with Birmingham City Ladies FC. I’ve been photographing the team for few years, on and off – and last season experienced the first WSL season with the team, […]

First game of the year Oxford United vs Crawley Town

January 3, 2012


For my first game of 2012, I headed for Oxford to photograph League Two game between Oxford United (unbeaten in December) and League leaders Crawley Town. Why did I decide to go to a League Two game, when there would have been a Premier League game between Aston Villa and Swansea in Birmingham? One reason […]

Last days games are here, and it’s time to go home

July 27, 2011


Despite Finland traveling home at 7am here – there is at least one Finn still left in the tournament, that would be me 😉 Partly because I do enjoy basketball – and partly because I had booked my flights so that I am going home tomorrow (sounds better when I say that it’s for the […]