As the newspaper industry cuts back on budgets and talent here there and everywhere, I’m grateful for the due attention still paid to photography by the Guardian. Saturday last was no exception. Eamonn McCabe’s portrait of the Irish novelist and short story writer, William Trevor, is a triumph. Worthy of its prominent position in Saturday’s Review, it is a fine example of portrait photography and a relief to me that...
It turns out life as an editor at a b2b publication wasn't for me, so I recently reverted to lifestyle journalism at a Bristol-based magazine - while assisting a photojournalist on work for the national broadsheets. Unsurprisingly then, I can happily jabber on about photography till the proverbial cows find their way home. Though the same can be said for culture, the arts, travel, and the wonderful idiosyncrasies of 21st century life... I guess you might say I'm easily entertained!