I put this one up in black and white not that long ago. here it is in colour.

Parc Sir Georges-√Čtienne Cartier Outdoor Pool, Montreal.

NEW WEBSITE!


My new website's now online. More new photos expected to go up on there soon.

Phil was lucky to come out with only these cuts after wallieing on to a moving car and putting his hand almost right through the windscreen.
Phil, St Henri.
The Golden Girls.

Blanche Devereaux.

Halloween, Montreal.

I love minigolf. A must-do on any seaside holiday.
Heather, Maine.

The first set of Alena boards are in and being shipped. Get over to the Alena site to check them out. I'll be photographing all the new Alena product as it comes in over the next couple of weeks so I'll keep you updated.


Garbage dumped in the woods nr Heeley Green, Sheffield.
Across the road from work. Only another two weeks of looking at this place.



Rue Frontenac, Montreal.
Jackson

Jackson & Len.
Rue Sainte Emilie, Montreal.
After experiencing record breaking snowfalls last winter my friends promised me the summer in Montreal was going to blow my mind, sunny days all of august. Instead I got one of the rainiest summers in recent memory. Dark cloud.



Rue Sainte Emilie, Montreal.
Posts have been slow the past couple of weeks because I've been moving in to a new apartment. Things have settled down a bit now and I just picked up some photos from my last trip back to England. Here's what i call home in Sheffield.



Home, Sheffield.
I've been working with new skateboard project/company Alena. There's a really talented group of people behind Alena so expect some good things to happen. I definitely feel lucky to be associated with these guys.

This is Alena's first rider Mike Fyfe warming up with a super fast 5050. Check out the Alena site to see more.


Mike Fyfe, Montreal.


Matthew Scholes
put this short film together from some super 8 footage he shot, and a few things I filmed, back when we were both Sheffield locals.
I recently went back to England and rescued a load of photos from my old computer. I've already posted a few of them and there's more to come. Here are a couple images from two amazing shows I went to a few years ago.


Magnolia Electric Co. Rescue Rooms, Nottingham.


James, James & Wife. Lantern Theatre, Sheffield.
Some of the post war architecture in Sheffield should be admired and some of it should be a reminder of what can happen when urban planning goes wrong. I don't think either is being paid enough attention. Park Hill flats are an exception but whether they should be revered or condemned splits the people of the city. I don't think the planned development of turning it into upmarket apartments and shops is the answer but at least it stops the council (who continue to make awful decisions regarding Sheffield's urban landscape) from knocking it down and people can argue over its worth for some time yet.








Park Hill, Sheffield