Tim Hewage Photography, reportage, documentary photography

Fish Tales

Whilst on a trip to the seaside I was drawn to some interesting looking shacks set away from the main strip and found a lost world of rusted hulking boats drawn up onto the shingle, nets scattered around and silent, quick working fishermen. It was an irresistible opportunity for some documentary photography of a traditional industry….

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Tim Hewage Photography, corporate events, charity events, business photography

Working for a peaceful future

In a recent shoot I did for the Business for Peace Foundation, a charity based in Oslo, Norway I was lucky enough to meet key members of the Foundation and the Award Committee who are Nobel prize winners in Peace or Economics. The aim of the Foundation is to encourage sustainable and ethical business practices….

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A treat for the eyes coming this Spring..

An opportunity to see some of the work of Martin Parr, one of my favourite living British documentary photographers and social commentators, exhibited at Somerset House, London this April. Image by Martin Parr The link below takes you to site and has more info – it’s also the Sony World Photography exhibition so there should…

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Tim Hewage Photography, commercial photography, product shots

A new year and time for positive change

I recently worked on a product shoot for a local micro-gin distillery, Greensand Ridge. The owner Will Edge is on a mission to produce fantastic craft spirits using locally sourced ingredients through a process that is sustainable and ethical. Hats off to him for going his own way and I share his enthusiasm for creating…

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Tim Hewage Photography, documentary photography, lifestyle, reportage

A visit to Santa via a magical wardrobe…

Penshurst Place in Kent is a magical spot in any season but for Christmas they really pull out all the stops. The Santa’s grotto and kingdom of Narnia is created within the outdoor walled garden, complete with a mocked-up 1940s bedroom and magical wardrobe. Once you arrive dryads guide you through the wardrobe where fur…

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Take a few minutes out of your schedule and watch this

Yes! Everything about this video  (please follow the link below) I found on Facebook is good, a true Christmas message, and yes, you need to watch it through, not skip to the end to get the full impact. If people in general and nations were even a little bit more like this God wouldn’t life…

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