Saturday, 17 December 2011

New Blog

Please take a second to view my new blog, I have decided to separate these blogs this one being for my work and my new blog will consist of new and on going projects
to see this new blog please click the link below:

Sunday, 13 November 2011

New additions to the wedding gallery...

Saturday, 12 November 2011

Please take a few minutes to have a look through my wedding gallery...

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Tattoo Studio

 New Tattoo Project...

Check the rest of the photos in my personal work...

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Alan and Linzi

Sneak Peek...........

What a lovely day this wedding turned out to be. To have had the pleasure to be in their presence and photograph their beautiful wedding. The day flowed smoothly across the faces of those who witnessed this special occasion, with  the smiles and laughter running through everyone that day. I was honoured to have to have been there. 
Alan and Linzi's relationship is something special that some people never get to experience. There personalities are very much different, but that is what makes them so close. They compliment each other with their bubbly personalities.
The groom waited for his bride to be, the nerves began to set in when he was in the church. The bride made her way to the church in a elegant horse and carriage, this was the icing on the cake. The bride to be walk towards the doors, her brides maids all in orange behind her complimented the dress, they all looked wonderful. This would be a new day for them both :)...

I have put a small collection of photos together :)...

Hope you like them...

See more photos from this wedding in the wedding gallery...

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Kerry & Emma's Wedding

Two Beautiful Brides

A small preview of Kerry and Emma's wonderful wedding day....

To view more photos from this day please visit the wedding gallery at the top...

Photographers: Robert Griffin & Gill Jones
Location: Angelsey

Saturday, 11 June 2011

Luke Photoshoot

My very first photoshoot...

To see the rest of this photoshoot plus more please check out the Studio Work icon at the top...
Thank you

Model:  Luke W
Location:  Studio
Photographer:  Robert Griffin (RLGPhotography

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Gaz & Cherryl's Beautiful Wedding Day

Beautiful Memories 

This is a small preview of one of my first weddings I done...

I wanted to give these images a new form of life...

So I went for a more retro/vintage look for the wedding,
I feel that this is one style I am really feeling at the moment.

To view the rest of the wedding day, please feel free to browse the wedding gallery as their is all different styles..

Bride & Groom:  Gaz & Cherryl 
Photographer:  Robert Griffin (RLGPhotography)
Location:  Prestatyn, North Wales, Parish Church
Editor:  Robert Griffin

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Elegant and beautiful photoshoot

Sneak Peak of the Photoshoot, 2011

I would like to thank everyone involved in this project.
This was Kirsty`s first time in front of the camera, and, she was great. You would think she had been doing this forever.

With another project in the works, Kirsty has agreed to by my model again.

I think we might being a lot more of her :)

To view more of this project please feel free to look at my personal work to see more photos.

Model:  Kirsty L
Make up:  Zoe
Photographer:  Robert Griffin (RLGPhotography)
Location:  Studio
Set build:  Robert Griffin & Ian Richardson

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

A Trip To Paris Continued...

This is an update to my previous post "A Trip To Paris". The book to this project is comming together quicker than i thought. The selection of photos that had to be narrowed down for the final selection for the book. I feel very confident that this book will show you the viewer the story that I witnessed, I hope this will open your eyes to the reality and too share my journey in Paris. Their is one problem that I can not seem to get over and that is the title for the book.
If anyone has any suggestions I would be very greatful if you would share them
Thank You

Sunday, 20 March 2011

24 Hours

New project idea "24 Hours".

This is a short introduction to my latest project "24 Hours". The plan is to spend 24 hours out with my camera taking photos during my 24 hour journey. There is no other plan involved in the project, it is basically going where ever my camera takes me and capture that moment in time. "24  Hours" is going to start at 8:00am to 8:00am the next morning. If the the tiredness doesn`t take over during the 24 hours, a journal is going to be produced along with the photos. Hopfully this will help tell a story during the time of the new project.

If this works without falling asleep, then a second one will be created but with the intention of doing it within 48 hours. A book is going to be produced for the second one with all profits going to a charity that is close to my heart. The Cancer Research.

 A follow up of the blog will continue when the project is completed so keep checking for up dates.


Monday, 21 February 2011

Battle of the Gladiators

The Green Army
The biggest game of the year for Abergele (The Green Army) as they battled against the mighty bad boys from Rhyl. The Green Army were playing on their home turf hoping to give Rhyl there moneys worth. With a big turn out to the game Abergele did not want to let the fans down. Both teams were fighting hard all through the game to end in a tie 19-19. 
Rhyl came to Abergele thinking that the game was in the bag, only to find that this would be the hardest game of their season so far. The home side were missing a few of their big players due to injuries. They brought some of the seconds up to the plate, giving them a chance to prove that they are worthy of playing with the big boys. Every single player gave it there all especially the new boys played brilliantly, showing that they can compete in a higher level of rugby. Even with tempers starting to fly, the tempo and the game was great probably the best Ive seen all year.

All the photos from the match are on the link please take a look

Thursday, 10 February 2011

A Trip to Paris

An old lady inside her home
A trip to Paris left me shocked at the poverty over there. I could not believe my eyes at the amount of people living on the streets, the pavements, phone boxes even on a round about. every corner I turned their was someone sat on the side begging ask for money for food or a metro ticket, it made me feel sick at first I felt so guilty. I decided to pay them for a photo of them, they were really happy at that. At first I was just doing it to help people, but then after going through my images I realised there was a story behind this. It had it dawned on me that this was showing about the other side of Paris, the life we ignore on a daily basis. I am creating a book to open peoples eyes at the reality of the real word that we choose to ignore, blinded by ourselves. I do not have a title yet but that will develop in time.