Over the Bank Holiday, I spent a lot of time in Brighton and one of the tasks was to take some photos of John from Dad Blog UK. The reason for this was because he's just launched a new t-shirt range and needed some promotional photos.
On the high street, café culture has continued to boom and is growing on daily basis. My friends and family know I love to enjoy a proper cup of coffee every day. Not necessarily a bad thing in my opinion. I'm very guilty of contributing to the 95 million cups consumed every day just in the UK alone. That is a huge figure that continues to climb. It's partly due to the fact there are so many fantastic coffee houses, roasters and cafés out there.
This is the remarkable Prince Albert mural in Brighton. The Prince Albert is an iconic pub by the train station and was originally know for it's Banksy "Kissing Police" mural but now it also has this amazing wall of deceased icons.
There's just something about visiting the beach in the Winter. The crowds have gone and normally the skies are better. Granted I wouldn't want to visit when it's raining or really windy but the sunny cold days are ideal for seascapes.
As a destination, Brighton offers photographers everything. If you travel by train you're greeted with Brighton's famous The Lanes, where you'll find shops, graffiti walls and lots of things to take photos of.
I love making collections of my photos for people to enjoy. This latest one is a beautiful collection called 'Festive Season', I really think you'll enjoy this and I hope to add to it over the coming weeks.