Tag Archive: photography

Manchester, I fell in love with you tonight…

I do like Manchester, I live here. I chose to live here. But London is where I feel at home (despite being a Yorkshire girl having grown up in Scarborough) but London was… Continue reading

Let There Be Light – Manchester 27.02.2012

The Manchester wheel will be no more from April so I figured it was time to go out, do the tourist thing and photograph it. Points for originality? Nil but hey, sometimes following… Continue reading

Photoset: Stockport Air Raid Shelters

Myself and Laura from I Hate Hiccups spent an hour this afternoon down in the Air Raid Shelters from World War 2 in Stockport. It was pretty damn amazing to walk around and… Continue reading


Where do you get your inspiration from? As we at Broken Doll Collective try to turn our hands at everything and anything we tend to find inspiration from all over the place. Sometimes… Continue reading

Do You Lomo?

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a very important roll of film. It is the first ever roll of film taken with my Diana F+. Now the really exciting part of getting the negatives… Continue reading

Hi Lawrence, nice to meet you…

What do you get if you take two girls, a cigar, a pot of wax and a camera? You get Lawrence formally known as Laura. I like, no I love, doing themed shoots.… Continue reading

This weekend…

I will mostly be playing with the idea of gender and blurring the lines of what it is… with a camera… who knows how it will turn out. 1 model, 1 cigar and… Continue reading


I love stars. One day I’ll have the patience to stay outside long enough to shoot star trails but for now, just gazing up and taking the odd snap now and again will… Continue reading

365 Project – Day 24

L Bot was so happy when he got called to the local Rugby ground… shame the ball was too big for him to play with. Never mind L Bot, maybe you can be… Continue reading


I’m famous… well in Bolton anyway. The kind people over at Business Boom Bolton contacted me back in December with an interest in my work and offered me a brilliant opportunity to be… Continue reading