A serious game of bridge, accompanied by a delightful cream tea. Location: the village hall in Goring on Thames. A charity fundraiser I was asked to photograph recently for Versus Arthritis.
Hats off to all the amazing runners of yesterdays London marathon. Always an inspirational, emotional day. Here is a selection of images from Team Versus Arthritis.
Hats off to all our GPs. These images were taken at The Core Skills educational workshop. Arranged by Versus Arthritis for Gp's to get an interactive, hands-on experience, working together and examining each other to perfect their diagnosis of Arthritis, for the benefit of their patients.
Photography from a recent suite of images for Public Health England, these photos were commissioned to go alongside a campaign to help teenagers face the challenges they experience every day.
Merry Christmas one and all.
This year I've decided to go digital, and donate the money I would have spent on printing and posting my Christmas cards to The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army is there for people in need this Christmas. I went along to a local Salvation Army church to photograph their Christmas service. I'm hopeful they can get some value from the images I shot and donated to them. If you'd like to donate too here is a link: https://tinyurl.com/y8wsdt4f
I love photographing portraits, and I love taking super wide cityscapes. A recent commission for OC&C strategy consultants meant I could do both.
I was commissioned by top brand consultants Good Creative, to fly to Isreal and find and photograph the personality of 3d printing magicians Stratasys. Seeing first hand the future and the possibilities of this technology was jaw-dropping.
I was privileged to be invited along to see an open day of world-class ballerina students rehearsing. I, of course, took my camera and was blown away by their grace, strength and serenity. Their quest for perfection is an example to us all.
I Recently photographed the Tovertafel (Magic Table) while working with LifeCare Residences. The Magic Table stimulates the physical, mental and social wellbeing of people with dementia. Art direction by Pink Green Studio @alzheimerssoc @DementiaUK
VERY excited to be shortlisted for this year's Association of Photographers awards, with this series from Dreamland in Margate.
'Turnt' the colour saturation up to 11! For these images, from this weekends fabulous Pride parade in London.
Magical morning at yesterdays summer solstice celebrations, with The Anglesey Druid Order, at the Bryn Celli Ddu burial chamber on Anglesey.
Peoples faces as they go over the top of #Rage the #rollercoaster at #Southend. What's not to like!
This years Bell family Christmas card, now in it's 14th year, comes into its own today with literally one sleep until Christmas! If you'd like to receive the printed version, inbox me your address. Have a sweet Christmas x
I'm always returning to Margate with my camera, due to the joy and wonder I remember from coming here for my holidays as a child.
Margate is a classic British seaside town that has had its ups and downs. It still retains its magic, but it can be difficult to see sometimes, unless you really look.
On what seemed like the last day of summer, a crazy day of weather ended with some magic hour late light. Margate revealed itself to be as spectacular as I'd always imagined.
Four ads for a current global campaign for amazingly interesting, innovative, carbon neutral, inspiring business, Interface. Beautifully produced by We are Good London. Using bespoke, commissioned, portrait photography by me! James Bell Photography.
I have a new website! Much like the old website, but with more bells and whistles. I'm talking to you from my new blog. You can now view all my images, on your phone, on your tablet, possibly your watch...It's all going on...Feedback to me, share with me, hey, lets go for a pint!
I was commissioned to shoot a “perfect perspective” photograph of the front of Taj Stores in brick lane. It’s a double fronted Asian grocers and one of the oldest in the UK. The photograph was then to be displayed life size at The Norton Folgate thoroughfare in East London in a sort of tromp l'oeil fashion.