Hello, my name is Guy from Israel and I saw some of your lovely pictures and i'm intrensted on using them for producing canvas pictuers. In order to do that i need your premission. so is it o.k. that i use some of the pictures you have made? Thank you and Shana Tova(Happy new year)
Hi, what photos were you interested in using? I don’t mind people using them but are the canvas pictures going to be for sale? Thanks.
The Square, Mayfair 2013.
I booked Mayfairs world famous The Square restaurant for my girlfriend’s 25th birthday and we were blown away by the place! It is a 2* Michelin restaurant run by chef Phillip Howard and you couldn’t ask for better quality food or service. We had the 9 piece tasting menu and while the portions are small the are delicious and certainly fill you up. From the Isle of Orkney scallop through the Roast Saddle of Lamb to the mouth watering Brillat-Saverin Cheesecake we could not fault the quality of the food. The wine list is huge so you can’t go wrong there and for the cocktails lovers there is also a vast variety to choose from. Though it is not cheap, I would recommend The Square to anyone as a one off for a special occasion. You won’t get food much better than this!
Thailand 2012, cont.
Me and my girlfriend visited the beautiful country of Thailand in August 2012. Whilst we saw some very strange and awkward things on our travels our holiday will be remembered for all the beautiful and amazing things we saw and the people we met. The interaction with animals such as Elephants, Tigers and a stray crab, the trip to Lebua for cocktails overlooking Bangkok and a train journey from hell will live forever in our hearts. Enjoy!
I know it’s been a while but i’ve finally got around to adding my Florida holiday photos. Me and my girlfriend visited Orlando Florida in September 2011 for a 2 week holiday. We visited all the theme parks Florida has to offer and ate in some of the best restaurants the state has to offer. We’ll be going back again in October this year so keep your eyes peeled for the next round of photos. Enjoy!
In late 2012 I visited the world famous prehistoric monument located in Amesbury, Wiltshire for a day to learn more about it’s mysterious history. Many aspects of Stonehenge remain in debate such as why it was built, how it was built and who it was built by. Some people claim it was built by aliens claiming that the stones would be impossible to move and position in those times. Whoever it was built by was obviously very advanced for the age and had a purpose for the monument. If you haven’t seen it yet go! It truly is one of the most astonishing pieces of man made architecture that you are ever likely to see. Enjoy the photos!
Japanese Garden - Monaco.
Whilst working in Monaco for the 2011 Grand Prix I spent a lot of my free time relaxing in this beautiful Japanese paradise right in the heart of the worlds most glamorous place. You can see the high rise building surrounding the gardens and the sea is also only a stones throw away. These are a few photos I took while I was there. Enjoy!
In august my girlfriend and I visited Mexico for a 2 week holiday. It was my first time there so I didn’t know what to expect. The weather was amazing, food was fantastic and the people were very friendly, always willing to lend a hand. We stayed in Riviera Maya on the Yucatan Peninsula, about an hours drive from Cancun. It’s very quiet, chilled out exactly how I wanted it. We went on so many trips and excursions. Swimming with Whale Sharks, Dolphins and Sea Turtles. Visited one of the new 7 wonders of the world, Chichen Itza. Swam in underground rivers and cenotes. The list is endless and there was a lot more that we never got to do. If you are thinking about where to go on your next holiday look no futher than Mexico. These are just a few of the hundreds of photos I took. Enjoy!
Mr Brainwash. Anastassios Exhibition.
Mr Brainwash…. An art monster created by world famous street artist Banksy, Mr Brainwash is now one of the most famous and recognisable artists on the planet. He was made instantly recognisable in the Oscar nominated documentary “Exit through the gift shop”. His work is brash, bold and colourful and while not to everybody’s taste there is a huge appeal in the street art world and this has made his works very very collectable. They are also very hard to come by as he only produces a limited amount of each piece. I was lucky enough to visit his Anastassios exhibition in New Bond Streets Opera Theatre. They kindly let me take same photos of his work that I’m now sharing with you! If you’re a fan of street art then this is a must see, It’s open from 10am to 7pm and admission is FREE! Visit the website www.operagallery.com for more information. Enjoy.