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Arctic test copy 6th Aug 2018 Arctic Monkeys and Sheffield Elephants

  It’s been just over two years and I still haven’t managed to write about so many “happenings” that have taken place. It should be simple to write a blog shouldn’t it?  But the simple fact’s are I’m a photographer and film maker, not a writer. I write out of necessity when I have to, which thankfully these days isn’t that often (i tend to try and hook up with writers and they...

Vegan - V for vegan 19th Jul 2018 Vegan Welsh 3000s

It’s hot, damn hot! and it’s not showing any likelihood of getting cooler. As Alex Hinchcliffe and I drive through the outskirts of Manchester we can see the smoke drifting across the city from a huge fire up on the moorlands. It’s been 32 degrees now for three consecutive days and believe it or not we’re heading to take part in an event which runs up and down all the mountains in North...

Bicep 5 6th Jul 2018 Flex that Bicep

Back in the depths of winter 2017 I got to work with one of my current favourite bands. The mighty duo that make up Bicep, Andy Ferguson and Matt McBriar. They were on the Uk leg of their sell out world tour (Brixton sold out in just 24 hours and their Roundhouse gig show sold out 4 months in advance of the show)  They were playing a live set down at the legendry Hope Works, scene of many a...

chad 11th May 2018 Hanging with Olympic and World Champion Chad Le Clos

For those of us that run "one man(women) bands" being constantly in the limelight or "front of house" is an everyday necessary evil.   As a photographer, I let my pictures do the talking for me and like a lot of creatives, I tend to hide behind my work, or in my case my camera. I'm not overtly shy or anything, I just don't like being the center of attention.   A few years ago I got...

Lo Shea 4 B W 27th Mar 2018 DaxJ Cleric Hodge+LoShea

Hopeworks - Dax j Cleric and Hodge+LoShea from Tim Glasby on Vimeo. A big night out down at Hope Works in Sheffield, featuring DaxJ, Cleric and local supremo's Hodge and LoShea. High energy night, I loved it, the crowd loved it and the DJ's had a great time. Another triumph for Liam O'Shea, curator of Hope Works and DJ playing under the name of LoShea. Big up's to Dax for allowing us to...

 DSC0644 9  DSC0644 8  DSC0644 9  DSC0644 12th Mar 2018 A little bit of BTS

Marmot Spring 2013 from Tim Glasby on Vimeo. I've never enjoyed being the center of attention. That's why being a photographer suits me, I can hide behind the camera. Over the years I've had quite a few short videos made about me showing the work I do and the environment I work in. Quite a lot of them never made it on to either my website or social media (there are a few on here and here)...

Lo Shea 5 B W 11th Mar 2018 My weekend in under 30 seconds

My weekend in under 30 seconds from Tim Glasby on Vimeo. A few months ago I enjoyed a slightly alternative weekend (alternative for me at least) listening to and watching a world class line up of both musicians and artists work at "No Bounds" festival, here in my home town of Sheffield. As one of the official videographers I walked what seemed like miles over the 3 days of the event (There...

liz 22nd Feb 2018 Man and Machine

Man and Machine from Liz Von Graevenitz on Vimeo. I got to work with one of my favourite artists again in October as she prepared an installation for the Music and Art festival, No Bounds. Liz von Graevenitz (spelled with a small "v" I'm told) was just about to start building a new installation for the event. Four large panels were going to be made using intricate paper cuts from old sheet...

Stu 19th Feb 2018 300 Portraits

It's not often I get to shoot portraits, especially indoor portraits. I usually have to lug my lighting up the side of a mountain! But in January I got asked to shoot 300 of them. All at the same event and in just a little over 5 hours! It seemed like a bit of a challenge, so I said yes. The portaraits were to be taken as part of a running event called The Marmot Dark Mountains, or MDM for...

Having fun in the snow 1st Jan 2018 That was the year that was - 2017

  Welcome to 2018. I don’t know about you, but I’m quite excited by the prospect of a new year.   2017 wasn’t the best year for me on a personal level, but I did get to work with some interesting people though, Olympic athletes, world renowned pop groups, international artists, cutting edge industry and of course the obligatory (for me anyway) outdoor brands. So it wasn’t all bad!  ...