Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Top right corner

It was a friend’s birthday recently. Her name is Penny, so I did this stamp for the envelope of her birthday card. It’s the Penny black postage stamp with her face instead of the original model (Queen Victoria).

Saturday, December 02, 2006

Laura Colegate EP – out now

Here is the CD cover for Laura Colegate’s debut EP. I took the photos featured on the artwork. You can listen to it on her myspace site.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

The [insert name here] band

I have been taking shots of a friend's band over the last few months. Here is the bassist, Chris Secker. They are yet to decide on a name for their band and would welcome any suggestions.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

I have arrived

My photo ‘Unity’ has made it onto page 2 of my local newspaper. I sent in the press release and photo, and they reproduced it nearly word-for-word, but it’s still cool to see my work in print (all be it very poor quality print that makes it look like the Turin Shroud). Click on the image to see it full size.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Laura Colegate

Laura Colegate 15
Originally uploaded by edpugh.

I recently did a photo shoot for a local singer/songwriter. The photos will be used for her debut album and possibly for publicity shots. More shots from the day are on my Flickr page (simply click on Laura to get there).

Monday, September 11, 2006

Artist at rest

From the Louvre Museum, taken in 1999. One of my favourite shots. I think it's great that they allow artists to come in and paint (unless they end up retouching the paintings on the walls).

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Smiling Queen

I’ve entered this image into the BBC’s Photographer of the Year competition. It is for the theme ‘Look up’. I've decided to interpret the theme as ‘look on the bright side’.

Thursday, August 31, 2006


This photo montage, entitled Unity, is for an art exhibition running in Farnham during September. It's based on the Bible's description of the Church as being one body comprised of many parts. The work is composed of 47 members of my church; so this is what an average church member would look like!