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Street Portrait (for and of David Charkham), 2013

David exudes so much style that I zeroed in on him from quite a distance. But the devil is, of course, in the detail. I was thrilled when David agreed to a portrait – this is my favourite of several shots. Thanks very much, David! Hope you like your picture.

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Street Portrait (for and of Derek), 2013

Derek walked past me in the street behind St. Martin In the Fields Church. It took me a few seconds to register his innate style – a modern take on classic British modes of dress. Once I did, I doubled back sharpish and asked for a shot. His shoes were incredible (but you’ll have to take my word for it, because I had the wrong lens on my camera and no time to change it). Anyway, thank you so much for letting me take so many shots of you Derek! Hope you like the picture.

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Street Portrait (for and of Adam) #1, 2013

So, this was something of a stake-out.

As I was walking down the street, I spotted Adam out of the corner of my eye, standing behind the counter of Farthings. He was dealing with a customer, an elderly gentleman, so I waited. But their transaction seemed to last forever so, after a few minutes, I lost heart and went away. Just as I was leaving the area, I saw the customer in the street. Hazaar! I bounced into the shop, and to my delight Adam agreed to a few shots. These are my favourites. Thanks very much Adam! Hope you like your pictures.

Street Portrait (for and of Adam) #2, 2013

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