We've been out and about this week in the beautiful sunshine! You might recognise this arm from previous shoots we've done for Colour of Noise...in a change from the music scene Bruce has taken his other passion from hobby to business and started up Brighton inshore fishing with his business partner. We popped out to take some photos for him this week and the weather was perfect to capture some coastline, making Brighton reminiscent of the Med! A little too hot for the fish to bite and as Bruce told us they tend to be more active at dawn and dusk so we'll be back another day to get some full on fishing action. You can find them at www.brightoninshorefishing.co.uk, well worth a trip out!
Although we love the British Summertime it's rather nice to get back into our nice cool cove to get down to some car photography. We had Jim Stokes Workshop in this week with a simply stunning Alfa Romeo - we can't show you any pictures out of respect for the owner's privacy so you'll have to trust us on this, it was an absolute beauty!
With Aston photos delivered to Prestige Paintworks (see this lovely Amethyst pic), we got down to some planning for a show we've got in development - all will be revealed in due course but for now we'll have to leave you guessing!
You may have noticed some pictures from the TT on our feed social media feed. Our roving reporter Felix Unger-Hamilton was in attendance and wrote us a lovely piece for Drivetribe as well as shooting some great footage from the grid. You can find the full article here: Drivetribe
While we've been in the nice cool cove we've been experimenting with graphics for another project we're developing (again, such a tease I know but details must remain under wraps for now). Some of the graphics we've been looking at are appearing in a music video and we've been editing in the infinity cove itself. It is an excellent screening room and perfect for that final stage of editing where you need to stand back far enough to see the full impact of your project. It is available to hire as a screening room / small theatre space (seating approx. 100) with or without technicians. We have plenty of onsite free parking available too. Well worth a visit even if you're just curious ;-)