After spending the best part of two years as a snotty sports journalist immediately after a three-year journalism degree I’d had it pretty much ingrained into me that the PR industry was the antithesis of everything the noble art of journalism stood for. Read the rest of this article »
Archive / April 2010
As a ‘victim’ of the recent flying hiatus and with no aeroplanes to view, my observations soon turned to the communications performance of those who were calling the shots – NATS (now a familiar acronym – ah, the power of the media!) the airlines and the politicians. Read the rest of this article »
Photography is under attack from beaurocracy, misguided public servants and the misuse and misunderstanding of the law. Across the country it seems anyone with a camera is being targeted as a potential terrorist or paedophile, whether amateur or professional.
A campaign has now been formed – I’m a photographer not a terrorist! – to co-ordinate a collective response to the restrictions on photography across the country.