Over the weekend of the 29th-31st July, the award winning Kendal Calling festival was held in Lowther Deer Park in the Lake District. With a strong lineup consisting of acts like Madness, Rudimental, The Libertines, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Craig David etc, the festival was set to be one of the best. It did not disappoint.
I was invited by FGH Security to video their role at Kendal Calling and decided to make this video separately in the hope of getting it released on the Festival's Facebook page. The video was passed on to the festival's management upon completion and was eventually shared on their social media accounts and website.
On 27th August, Manchester celebrated it's Gay Pride festival with it's annual parade through the city. Companies and organisations from all over the country, as well as charities and families came together to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender culture.
Manchester Pride shared the video on their Facebook page on 13th September.
Earlier in the year, I was approached by FGH Security to produce a number of videos over the summer to help promote the company's work across the North West. Having impressed the management with my FGH at Kendal Calling video, I was asked to travel to Manchester to video their work at the Manchester Pride festival. This is what I was able to put together.
I also made a separate video for the Parade itself and passed it on to the festival management who shared it on their Facebook page. Watch that video here.
Just before Christmas I was invited by Aurora Tattoo Lancaster to come and video English Boxing Champion Charlie Edwards getting his first tattoo by Emma Kierzek, one of the worlds leading tattoo artists.
The Lancaster University Cheerleading Society approached me and asked me to put together a video to help promote their society. The video is due to be sent to potential sponsors to convince them to back the squad. This is what I put together.
I was approached by Sugarhouse (Lancaster University Student's Union's nightclub) and asked to create a video showing the Saturday night of the Roses weekend. This is what I created.
What is Roses?
Roses is the varsity between Lancaster University and the University of York and is one of the biggest varsities in Europe.
On Friday 29th April, Captain Morgan, in association with Grizedale bar, sampled a new Mojito flavoured white rum during Lancaster's varsity 'Roses' with the University of York. The new flavour was incredibly popular with students. This video shows how the drink went down.
The Bass Race is a live music event based in Lancaster that showcases fresh bass music from the worlds of house, dubstep, drum & bass and beyond along with graphics and artwork from young artists. I was asked to photograph at their Outlast Festival Pre-party in Lancaster. The collection above are the best of those taken.
I was approached by the Lancaster University Rugby Union Club and asked to put together a video ahead of Roses 2016. This is what I created.
I was approached by the Lancaster University Netball Club and asked to create a promotional video ahead of Roses 2016. This is what I put together.