People, pictures, smiles and portraits - 2018

2018 - Nathan Clarke Photography (video)

As I write this the new year is already eleven days old. After an incredible 2018, the busiest December ever, and a long well-earned break, I was faced with the challenge of trying to edit all the people, the headshots,the portraits, and candid moments down to sixty seconds of video. in the end I settled for one minute and nine seconds!

It’s been amazing year full of lots of opportunities and pictures that of course wouldn’t have been possible without you, so thanks to everyone who worked with me in 2018. And thanks to all for taking a peek at my year in pictures! I hope to work with you 2019, but if not whatever you do with the next twelve months, make it count, and have an amazing year!

Happy New year!

Around the world in four hours!

Around the world in four hours!

 

I moved to London because after two years travelling my back pack was worn out and I had run out of money. Well not strictly true . I also  had an amazing job offer that I couldn't refuse, working as a photographer at the then Trident Communications based in East London.

The plan was to travel for a year,  'mata la curiosidad' - get it out of the system and come back and settle down. But one year became two and when I finally returned to England, I realised the plan hadn't worked! I still craved learning new languages, experiencing new cultures and meeting interesting people from all over the world. Read More

Día de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos

Last night was  of the most incredible and unique nights of dance, theatre and music I have experienced in eight years living in London. At the same time it was one of the most frustrating because for once my trusty Samsung Galaxy S3 wasn't up to the job, and I wished I'd taken my proper camera with me. No disrespect to my S3 as the lighting conditions were such that many a compact camera would have struggled. So it was a welcome relief when finally my phone battery 'gave up the ghost' and I was free to fully immerse myself in the rest of the show.

 

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