Great news! The Wembley To Soweto Foundation will be collaborating with The Hospital Club in Covent Garden from September 2015 – September 2016. We’re all thrilled to be working alongside such a dynamic and pro-active group of people, and to mark the start of our journey together we will be exhibiting a selection of images taken by our young photographers over the past 5 years. We will be joined by past and current students from all over the world and would be […]
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The Unsung Heroes of Hastings Pier have now moved from the HUB and gone back to the Pier. Four of the photos are now attached to the side of one of the sheds on the Pier, and you can see them when walking along the Promenade. If you’re coming from Hastings or anywhere East of the Pier, have a look at the Pier’s Unsung Heroes who will be looking at you from behind the fencing.
This year’s Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition was once again an amazing week of truly amazing musical talent from all over the world. This year’s winner was Alexander Panfilov from Russia, whose final performance of Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 3 was both powerful and sensitive, for which he received a standing ovation from the White Rock audience. One of the real treat’s for me this year was working alongside film director Mike Figgis, who was shooting a documentary of the […]
This Friday evening, 31 October 2014, is the Preview of Virtuoso, an exhibition of photos of the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition (HIPCC) by myself and Alex Brattell. It’s more a celebration than an exhibition, a celebration of Hastings’ new place on the map as a centre for musical excellence in the country. To read more about HIPCC, please have a look at Chris Cormack’s article on Hastings Online Times. If you’re free Friday evening, please come to the Preview. And if […]