Beautiful day with Nisha and Ravi in Swansea, photographing the last two weeks of their pregnancy. This is one very sweet and special family, they are both from India and both doctors, working and living in Swansea.
Classical concert in aid of “Pancreatic Cancer Charity”
with Shan Cothi, Mark Llewelyn Evans, Cor Meibion Llanelli, Samuel Morris
A charity concert in aid of Wales’ Pancreatic Cancer Charity – ‘Amser Justin Time’. The charity was set up by the very own Welsh classical singer, presenter and actress Shan Cothi in memory of her late husband.
Event Photography for your business and organisation
Another great event organised by the Welsh Business Show, this time in Swansea. What a great show we had, amazing atmosphere, many business representatives and exhibitors, brilliant seminars and so much more. We would like to thank the organisers for their professional and very efficient work.
Llanelli, Ffwrnes Theatre, a great night to remember as Hywel Girls’ Choir & Hywel Boy Singers presented The Really Big Sing in aid of BBC Children in Need. The night was topped up by the marvellous performances of the soprano Adele O’Neill, the massed male choirs of Burry Port, Dyffryn Tywi and Cylch, Carmarthen, Haverfordwest, Cwmann, Mynydd Mawr and Whitland, together with the outstanding Burry Port Town Band.
what a strange term, wouldn’t you agree? We usually associate the word pastor with a church office and ministry. Those are people who lead churches and preach on a Sunday. So what is a Street Pastor, The Guardian describes the Street pastors as “…inter-denominational Church response to urban problems…”
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This series asks the question “What is the importance of clothing in our modern society?” How you dress is who you are. When you dress statues, suddenly no longer are they simply reclining figures from the distant past, they now look to be figures from modern and hip cities of today. Because they are made relevant to our current styles, we can see the realism and humanity in each figure. —Leo Caillard
Dear friends and business partners, bellow are the images from the Welsh Business Show 2013 in Cardiff. What a great show we had, amazing atmosphere, many business representatives and exhibitors, brilliant seminars and so much more. We would like to thank the organisers for their professional and very efficient work.