I live in Poole and am a web designer by trade (yes, I did build this site), but also a photographer.
I’m a member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ), which represents a broad range of media professionals. My photos have been purchased by the public, estate agents, solicitors and charities, amongst others. I also regularly work to commission.
Since December 2012 I have been working on ‘The Lower Parkstone Photographic Project’, which photographically documents the various businesses of Lower Parkstone in Poole, Dorset. This is a ‘snapshot in time’ – a work still in progress, although I hope to exhibit my photos publicly in 2020.
Photos I took before and after the fire and refurbishment of Barkers, Lower Parkstone, featured in the July/August 2015 edition of industry journal ‘Laundry & Cleaning Today’ (laundryandcleaningtoday.co.uk).
I was commissioned by the Landmark Trust to take photos of Sir Antony Gormley’s ‘Landmark’ figure, at Kimmeridge, in Dorset. One of the photos I shot appeared in the Trust’s promotional material and has also been used by Sir Antony Gormley, and by a private collector of his work.
In 2017 I was selected to show a portfolio of my botanical work at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, where I won a Bronze medal. This was part of that year’s RHS Photography Competition.
Also in 2017 I also started a major photographic project which has, so far, involved travelling over 2000 miles by car and on foot. I hope to complete this project at the end of 2019.
Many of the images shown on my website are available to purchase; also for editorial or advertising use. Please contact me to discuss prices, terms and conditions.
Photo of Lindsey Harris © Paul Mackenzie.
Wimberley The Plamp II - Great for flower and plant photography
- Dimensions: 23 x 4.5 x 1.6 inches
- Item model number: PP-200
- Holds reflectors, diffusers and flashlights etc.
- Allows small adjustments to your subject for alignment in film plane
- Steadies wind-blown plants for ambient light photography
- Great for studio use
- Positions subjects to aid better lighting and focussing
About The Plamp
One end of the Plamp clamps to your tripod and the other grasps your flower, plant etc.
Use the Plamp to stabilise windblown subjects, adjust the position or angle of your subject, move obstructing foliage, or to hold a diffuser or reflector.