Spinning Wallpaper!design, exhibition, photography, published

by Phil on 19/10/2015 with 0 comment

Finally complete and kitted out, North Kesteven 1 Life Gym has its fully refurbished Virtual Instructor Cycling Studio. The images were carefully chosen and designed to immerse any budding cyclist into the world of pro cycling inspiring them to enjoy and achieve within the virtual cycling classes. A challenge to design and put together, but …

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Cycle4Sepsischarity, published

by Phil on 11/09/2015 with 0 comment

A final BIG and HUGE thank you to all friends who supported me on cycle4sepsis We raised a fantastic amount and met some amazing people (and were ridiculously lucky with the weather) Highlight of the event was on my doorstep: Meeting the fabulous Alan Liddle, Sally Jackman and Adele Pavier of Lincoln’s amazing ICU…I literally …

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Two weeks to go!exhibition, photography, published, web

by Phil on 17/08/2015 with 0 comment

The final two weeks of The Lincoln at The Angel Coffee House   One of the best events Lincoln has seen for some time. Herbie Sykes, award winning cycling journalist and writer (latest book The Race Against The Stasi) tweeted Captures the spirit of the race beautifully The exhibition is also available to view on-line …

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The Lincoln. An exhibition for 2015exhibition, photography, published

by Phil on 24/04/2015 with 0 comment

The latest information for my up-and-coming exhibition in July! Affectionately known as ‘The Lincoln’, 2015 sees The Lincoln Grand Prix transformed for its 60th edition into the British Cycling National & Time Trail Championships. The UK’s elite cyclists will battle for the National Jersey in one of this years most exciting weeks of cycling in …

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Alice comes to the LPACphotography, published

by Phil on 11/12/2014 with 0 comment

Christmas season and with it comes pantos and christmas shows. The University of Lincoln always put on a fantastic show and again, directed by Dominic Symonds. Production began way back in the summer which also included the first promo shoot for the poster. The Tech guys at the LPAC made a great little set to shoot …

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