I do a lot of education based photography, from primary through to university level, and recently spent a few days at an incredible school called St.Christopher down in Letchworth.  As well as the usual prospectus based photography across the full curriculum, I also covered the school’s amazing annual Recycled Fashion Show which raises money for Amnesty International.  The show was judged by industry leaders from the likes of  Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein and pupils from six schools took part in this year’s event. With a popup studio setup in the dance studio, I took a quick photograph of each of the students before heading out to catch the end of the show and the announcement of the winner who you can see at the end of this gallery.  Too many good outfits too choose from so I’ll just have to let you see them all. 

New Website

At the start of the new year, like every other January ever, I thought I’d give my website a bit of an update. Maybe change a few things and add some new work. Then I noticed a thing or two I did’t like so, two months down the line, and I’m finally ready with a new one all together.  I’ve been trying to bring my archive into my portfolio site and there’ll be a lot more to be added to that section over the coming months. Likewise, I’ve let my Rivercool blog grind to a halt and from now on I’ll be posting everything on here.  Lots more to come. Hope you enjoy.

By the way, this photograph has nothing to do with anything yet, though it may appear in an archive gallery at some point. It’s just an old photograph taken in Liverpool one Sunday morning when I was waiting for a train at Lime Street. 

Copyright © Mark McNulty, 2018.
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