This, dear reader, is the last post of 2014 and as such it’s become something of a tradition for me to do an annual roundup of images, choosing one for each month of the year as it comes to a juddering halt.
The middle of this year was rather dominated with work for University of Bath as I stepped in while their staff photographer recovered from a cycling accident, and while I could have filled more months with student profiles and university events I’ve tried to keep it more varied than that.
I hope you enjoy this year’s selection. It just remains for me to thank all my clients for their custom and support over the year and to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
January – Rotating milking parlour in Wiltshire for an article on the benefits of mechanised dairies
February – Portrait of Jolly’s of Bath staff member Josh Gottschling in his favourite bar for an in-house magazine article
March – Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson addresses an audience at University of Bath on issues surrounding renewable energy – he’s not a fan of it
April – The Future Everything Festival in Manchester for client Digital Connected Economy Catapult
May – Mechanical Engineering student Robert Ford of University of Bath works on his design for a vertical climbing robot
June – Student Noel Kwan poses for the Humanities and Social Sciences prospectus for University of Bath
July – Hundreds of new University of Bath graduates spill from Bath Abbey to be greeted by friends and family members
August – Finally, a holiday in Austria and I get to take pretty pictures of picturesque streets
September – Andy Harris of Rookery Software Ltd is a man every bit as interesting as his hair
October – Eight-year-old Scout Adam Henderson concentrates on packing customer bags for charity at Tesco’s store in Salisbury
November – A fresh portrait for chef John Melican’s new Melican’s Events website
December – On the way back to the car from a job in Melksham I couldn’t resist a shot of this yarn-bombed tree in the December sunshine