FLYING 90m ABOVE THE RIVER THAMES | Darrin Henry
The Emirates Air Line cable car climbed so steeply and quickly out of the ground station it took all four of us by surprise triggering a spontaneous and very noisy, laugh out
BOHO-CHIC WITH JODI | Darrin Henry
I know from feedback that behind the scenes insights into our Breeze magazine photo shoots are popular with visitors. I’m the same way when it comes to other photographers’ work. Breeze magazine issue 4, the
THE JUNGLE AT 20 FENCHURCH STREET | Sharon Henry
A soft mist falls, leaving glistening beads clinging to the furry furls of the New Zealand tree ferns, 37 storeys high inside the Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street. Like a
PUTTING FLESH ON THE FORGOTTEN BONES | Sharon Henry
Laying a man on a tarmac road in a ‘pose’ that replicates the body of a person who had been buried near this spot 150 years ago is a surreal experience.
STEVE YON, 30, LONGWOOD AVENUE | Sharon Henry
“When the RMS asked me to do this I was really chuffed and felt quite privileged because I wasn’t expecting it. Normally this would have been made on the RMS itself.
LOYAL & UNSHAKEABLE TO THE VERY END | Sharon Henry
A flotilla of 19 boats circles the hull of the RMS St Helena like a group of excited schoolkids frolicking at the heels of their favourite teacher. It’s a highly
THE WILDERNESS EDITION | Darrin Henry
Here it is, Breeze e-magazine issue 4, the 2018 edition. Page count has had to be bumped up for the first time, this issue contains 70 pages, four more than the previous magazines. First up
ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO DISCOVER ST HELENA | Sharon Henry
Swimming with whale sharks, meeting a 188-year-old tortoise and hiking precarious trails are just a fraction of fun things to do on St Helena and with the airport open for business, the
Chasing The Light – Landscape Photographs of St Helena
A LITTLE MOVIE ABOUT INVESTING IN TIME | Darrin Henry
Capturing good landscape photographs of St Helena, you would think would be easy for photographers living on the island, as we do. Pleased
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
TREVOR MAGELLAN, 85, BRIARS | Sharon Henry
“It took me about two weeks to make my first guitar.
“When I was a boy about 16-17 (1948-49), one of my closest friends Herman Anderson was given a nice Brazilian guitar.
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