Category Archive: Documentary Photography

The Cure Girls 2016 Campaign: We Will Walk out of Here!

I’ve written before about Lolly and the band of Cure Girls all fighting to raise awareness and fund a cure for spinal cord injury, my previous blog post can be found here. Along… Continue reading

South Africa -Kagga Kamma

So I just got back from my vacation at Kagga Kamma; A Nature Reserve 3 hours outside of Cape Town: South Africa and even though landscape photography is not my forte (I prefer… Continue reading

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Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner…

As those of you that follow my blog will remember I first fell in love with the Fuji X pro 1 back in June 2012. Originally my aim was to use it for… Continue reading

May Hope live on; The West End Beckons…

As we approach the last few days of ‘Hope’s’ run at the Liverpool Royal court Theater I feel somewhat of a sadness having to say goodbye to this wonderful production. I can honestly… Continue reading

My tribute to Marilyn Monroe on her 50th anniversary memorial 05/08/1962

Still 50th years after her death today Marilyn Monroe continues to both be a muse and the quintessential archetype of beauty. May she forever rest in peace. Here is my photography tribute with… Continue reading

London Calling…A Fuji X pro1 shot of mine feature on the Vogue.it website

Click here to see it featured on the Vogue.it website and taken with the fuji x-pro1 Michelle George Creative London photographer

On Track to Finding A Cure: Help Win The Fight Against Spinal Cord Injury

As a certain event approaches the term ‘win’ conjures up images of perfectly toned athletes crossing over the finishing line in a display of physical dexterity. Yet for me a true winner is… Continue reading

He ain’t heavy he’s my lover! : Review of the Fuji X-pro 1

As much as I love my canon 5D mark ii, I have to admit that after my trip to New York I was starting to resent it somewhat. Not only was it weighty… Continue reading

I’m In A New York State Of Mind…

I was in New York recently . It wasn’t the best of experiences as I was ill and it rained most of the time;  nevertheless I suffered for my art and like a true trooper I… Continue reading