Andrew Newson, Lady with Donkey
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Andrew Newson

Lady with Donkey, Hatchet Pond, New Forest, Hampshire, UK, 2009
From the Portraits series
Website - AndrewNewson.co.uk

Andrew Newson spent some years as a commercial photographer before starting a photography training business in 2008. Developing interesting ways to inspire others and develop their craft is at the core of what he does. Andrew's personal projects range from exploring local landscapes over prolonged periods of time to give a further understanding of the land and our place within it. Andrew also works in more spontaneous ways creating images in everyday situations than ask questions of the viewer.

Posted on Monday, October 24, 2011.

 

 

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