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We have been the preferred partner of Premier League side Swansea City AFC since 2008 and regularly cover main sports events throughout Wales.
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During five days, starting in May 2017 and until mid-September 2017, I had the great privilege in documenting behind the scenes of We’Re Still Here, a play by the National Theatre Wales and Common Wealth. The obvious challenges were the lack of light during the two dress rehearsals and the most obvious of trying to[…]
When Wilfried Bony arrived at the Fairwood Training Ground he was beaming, all smiles, and gave all people present the friendliest handshake. You could tell he was returning back to where it all started for him, after all, his Premier League debut was with Swansea City in 2013. Football medicals are not easy or quick[…]
Photographing this year’s summer solstice in Swansea Bay which involves a very early start to the day and knowing where the sun is going to rise from. Being a clear day helps. Haze in the horizon although not ideal may well help in that there isn’t as much contrast between the sun and the landscape.[…]
Swansea City is pleased to announce a new front of shirt partnership agreement with leading international gaming company, Letou. Letou’s logo will be proudly displayed on the club’s new home and away shirt for the new Premier League campaign. The announcement was made at a special unveiling ceremony at the Liberty Stadium, where Swans[…]
Today we were honoured to photograph National Theatre Wales’ specially commissioned event to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme. Around 100 volunteers led by National Theatre Wales were part of a UK-wide event that took place today, 1 July 2016, as a modern memorial to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.[…]
Daily Mail, Thursday 28 May 2015, page 27.
Front page on the Independent on Sunday. 06 December 2015
Cutting from the Guardian Family Supplement.