Been sooooo long since I updated this, so welcome back.
Still keeping busy, with lots of portraits and other events completed over the summer. Of particular note was the Slimming World/NSPCC Charity Summer Ball last weekend at Solberge Hall near Northallerton. Backdrop, lights camera and action..I never stopped from 8 till 1 in the morning. I met some fantastic people, and some of the pictures from later on in the evening were just fantastic. I would post them, but I haven't got permission yet, so I can't, but pop back and check out the new Morecombe and Wise...! Thanks to Donna and Michaela for making the night so welcoming, and thank-you for re-booking me for next year.
On a different tack, I was reading in the papers today about the remembrance service for Sir Bobby Robson at Durham Cathedral. To me, SBR was almost the last connection to an honourable age of football. You only had to look at the people who attended to see how much respect the man had within the game; and only because he had respect FOR the game. He was truly a giant.
Also, since I last posted, the world has lost another true legend in Les Paul. For those of you who don't know, Les Paul invented the solid body electric guitar back in 1939. What most people don't know is he also pioneered multi track recording, which is how songs are still recorded (albeit digitally) today. The word legend is applied too often I fear, but in these 2 instances, I think it is the most appropriate word.
Oh, nearly forgot. Had a great holiday in Normandy in August, with the family. Warm, relaxed and dog-free!!!