A RIGHT SHAMBLES IN THE CITY | Sharon Henry The city of York is Olde England incarnate; cobbled lanes, crooked timber buildings and multi-paned shop windows that oozes old-fashioned charm. In fact, window shopping in the historic city is just
EVERY DAY SOMETHING MAKES US SNAP | Darrin Henry It’s not quite a Disorder (I don’t think), but photography, once in your bloodstream, can prompt that OCD kind of behaviour at times. We’ve successfully completed our second consecutive Project 365, a
2017 IN PICTURES AND WORDS | Darrin Henry We will remember 2017 as another fantastic year of Adventures in Photography for What The Saints Did Next, something not always obvious when we’re in the moment. Clicking through our hard drives is a
CAPTURING THE MEGHAN SPARKLE | Sharon Henry Negotiating cobbled streets in killer heels requires serious light-footed deftness and on this Cape Town photo shoot, in beautiful Bo Kaap, our fashion model, Meghan seems to have a black belt in the discipline.
BRISTOL’S AMAZING STREET ART GALLERY | Sharon Henry Love it or hate it, there’s no more in-your-face art than street art, so on this 25 October, International Artist Day which honours artists’ contribution to society, we are celebrating the specialists with
LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE IN TURKEY | Sharon Henry The devious con-artist clearly had a nose for fresh meat as we fell prey to a scam on our first day out in Turkey, shooting street photography in Istanbul. Maybe we
MODEL CITIZEN WITH THE LONDON LOOK | Sharon Henry Besides the ability to shoot fashion, Darrin's photography skills include the dexterity to fashion a set of gobos from cereal boxes using scissors and sticky tape. We’re on a street photo shoot
THE BEST THING ABOUT CAPE TOWN IS | Sharon Henry Cape Town is home to a diverse mix of 3.74 million people and together with the stunning scenery, amazing wildlife and remarkable history it oozes culture with plenty of attitude.
SPEAKING MY LANGUAGE IN TURKEY | Darrin Henry When we travel people always ask if we speak other languages. Although the answer is “no, just English,” really, that’s not completely true. Today on the streets of Istanbul, my international language of ‘football’