Cameras and Cranksets

It’s a bit blurry…

Posted in Photography, Uncategorized by Richard on April 19, 2011

I recently borrowed a lovely 24mm Canon tilt-shift lens for photographing building exteriors for a client.  I’m not going to post any of those photos here but I did get a little chance to shoot some other pictures with it that are below.

Paper Girl

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on March 18, 2011

Like art?  Like cycling?  Well then, we have the perfect event for you then!!

We are hosting our very own world famous ‘Paper Girl’ event in Newcastle.

What is ‘Papergirl’?… Papergirl is a no bones, lets do and share, give away art on bikes operation. Over the course of one weekend, we plan to have an exhibition of Papergirl contributors with a bit party afterward. The following morning will be the meat and veg of the operation, starting with the breakfast meet up… after which, said cyclists will distribute the artwork to the general public on the streets of Newcastle. To get things rolling, all we need is the artists submissions!

For more details follow the link below to our dedicated site

New Website

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on February 26, 2011

I’m really pleased to announce that the new website for my photography is finally online at over at .  Please have a look, I hope you like it!!



Rolling around London

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on May 27, 2010

I was in London last week to shoot a job, unfortunately I wasn’t on my bike, so the rolls in question here are a couple of rolls of 35mm film I shot through my 2nd hand Olympus Trip when I was running about the city trying (and failing) to see some exhibitions.

Who’s for a cuppa?

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on March 2, 2010

So yet another very wet and windy weekend, where all our plans to go and ride to an abandoned mental hospital in the countryside were spoilt.  Rather than sit in front of the TV at home sulking (I’ve done enough of that lately) I went to drink cheap cups of tea at the cafe time forgot.

Every cloud…..

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on February 8, 2010

has a silver halide lining.  Well it would if I wasn’t such a lazy photography and didn’t keep using my iPhone as my main camera when out and about on my bike.

Yesterday had all the potential of being a total waste of a day,  the weather was grim, nobody wanted to ride, and my head felt like Sailor Jerry himself was in there hammering nails into the deck of his boat.  But I hate sitting about feeling sorry for myself and not being at least a little productive, so with a head as foggy as the weather outside I went for a peddle around the city.

And I’m really glad I did.

Snowy Days

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on January 7, 2010

I love the snow, especially when there is loads like at present.  Unfortunately I live in what is a really flat area in my opinion – compared to my hometown anyway so I can’t just step outside and go snowboarding like I used to do.  So instead I have to make do with taking photos, which is still fun to be honest.

Went for a quick walk to the local graveyard yesterday.

The ghosts of holidays past

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on December 28, 2009

I went to Copenhagen for a few days a couple of years ago and took some photos which have since lingered on an external hard drive ever since.  It’s weird how at the time the time you don’t appreciate some of the photos you take, and it takes stumbling across them at a later date to make you realise that they are actually quite good.

Anyway, here’s a random mix of things.


Sleep when you’re dead….

Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on December 19, 2009

or until lunch time the next day anyway.

I’ve been shooting quite a bit of club night type stuff  lately for Red Bull and close friends who are promoters.  There’s actually some nice shots amongst the usual drunk people shots that I pretty pleased with and thought it would be a shame not to share with you.

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Posted in Uncategorized by Richard on December 1, 2009

No I’m not still trying to get sympathy over my sholder – I’ve given up on that as you’re all c*nts.

What I’m actually taking about is the fantastic Breaks of 10 blog that I want everyone to go and check out, as not only does it have some dodgy pictures by me but Tom and Danny do a fantastic job of keeping it updated with 100% original content that I’m sure will be of interest to you all.

The lastest post on Breaks of 10 is here and is all about French street art master’s show in Newcastle at Lazarides Gallery.