I am grateful to my contacts in the trade who have helped me acquire an Infra Red converted P21+ Phase One back to replace my Olympus E3. Its taken over a year of persuasion and persistence to get one, but I’m sure it will be worth it. The test shots look amazing! I now cant wait for all the leaves to come out on the trees so I can get some great shots. Another benefit is having less kit to carry round, which is always welcome!
Thanks to all those who attended my talk at LSE last night, I really enjoyed meeting you all and hope you enjoyed my talk! Dont forget I want to see your work posted on my facebook page, especially if you are going on the trip to the Lake District. Send me your best shots! Keep in touch and keep taking photos!
Wow my new website has had over 1100 unique visitors today since a few people tweeted about it! Amazing!
Nearly an award at the most prestigious competition of the year!
Climate Consequences was at least a finalist!
Just found out I was a finalist at the Photography Masters Cup awards! One of the biggest competitions in the world! Didn’t win anything though!
I was absolutely delighted to be given four Bronze awards at the The EPSON International Pano Awards 2010. I only entered six images! Competition was fierce from all over the world, with my images being selected from over 5,000 entries. I was told I had the highest success rate for any entrant!
I have installed a large panorama of Greenwich Park at the rear of Greenwich Union pub measuring 66×48 inches wide. Do pop along if you are in the area and taste the fine beers of Meantime Brewing. “We are delighted with the quality of Mike’s work and the speed and flexibility of his approach” Alec Fleming – Meantime Brewing.
UPDATE: I have been awarded a ‘Commended’ prize for the Landscape Photographer of the year 2008! This is the second consecutive year I have been shortlisted from over 30,000 entries!
I was chosen as “Artist of the Week” at londonart.co.uk recently, and featured in their on-line landscape exhibition.