During my first ever night shoot with my teacher Alexander Paton, I took this picture of the London Eye. The style of this image has been the building block of all my photography since.
The London eye is often lit up in many different colours for many different occasions - this night's colour was electric blue which I was able to capture at an angle from below
One of the many permanent fixtures on the Thames, the Tattershall Castle is washed with colours at night.
One of my favourite shots - this long exposure shot of the merry go round on London's Southbank is one of my favourites - with the ghostly images of people walking in front it looks very eerie
I was experimenting here, trying to get light trails - this one was quite successful, taking in Big Ben, the London Eye in the background and I think it was a bus going past.
Managing to take in all the elements of photography I love - juxtaposing old (St Paul's Cathedral) and new (Millennium Bridge) at night, with reflections, light trails and a journey across the Thames.
This night the London Eye was lit up purple, not sure why. But it contrasted amazingly well with the blue of the Shell building behind. The sheer size of the London eye is emphasised by fun fair at the bottom left corner.
Albert Bridge is lit up at night which makes it great to shoot. I wanted to capture the bridge and the cars crossing it hence the light trail.
London is a veritable melting pot of colour, but sometimes you can't match the simplicity of B&W. The silhouette of the tree against the church of St Martin in the fields is simple yet elegant, offset against the light trail of the bus going past.