Richard Clare, Artist

Artist Richard Clare with Paint Palette

Originally from Sheffield and now residing in Delph, Richard Clare loves to walk the expansive Moorlands from which many of his paintings are inspired.   His love of landscapes is …

Photography that reflects your brand values

display of gold capped trigger sprays

Are you a business that is passionate about the products it creates?   Do your designs and innovations make your products a cut above the rest in your marketplace?  Does …

Andrew Parker, Artist

Portrait of artist Andrew Parker in studio surrounded by paintings

Third in the portrait series looking at The Artists Tools, Andrew is a graphic designer by trade who has an innate talent as a painter, his primary interest is the …

209 Women

‘209 Women’ celebrates a century since women voted for the very first time in the UK, it is the brainchild of photographer and university lecturer Hilary Wood.  This remarkable collaboration …

Gordon Clegg, Artist

North West artist Gordon Clegg

Photograph of artist Gordon Clegg for the series ‘The Artists Tools’ I think it is fair to say Gordon has been the rock around which a community of artist have …

Martin Parr, Manchester Art Gallery review

It is 20 degrees celsius in the middle of February and we have reports of moorland fires, 365 days ago we were blasted by the beast from the east and …

DIY business photography

Dodgy Dealer

“What messages are you really sending?” The photography world has exploded over the past decade, advances in digital technology and the integration of cameras into smartphones have opened it up …

Hugh Winterbottom

Artist Hugh Winterbottom

Good friend and artist Hugh Winterbottom is the inspiration behind the project ‘The Artists Tools’.   Based at Woodend Mill in Mossley,  Hugh has been a prolific painter from an …

The birth of a Project

Personal projects are a great way to unleash from the bounds of a commercial assignment, they allow untethered freedom to be creative, experiment and to express ideas and concepts.  They …

Forgotten memories

It wasn’t uncommon in the days of film to have a photograph from Christmas a year apart at either end of a roll of film, imagine taking only 36  photographs …