So after months of back and forth, not knowing where i’m going to be… i’m staying in London. And I couldn’t be happier!!! So… new hair cut, new flat, new start in my favourite old city. (Thank you to … Continue reading →
The Sifter recently stumbled upon an incredible collection of vintage mugshots housed by the Historic Houses Trust. Many of these intriguing photographs are also accompanied by a description of the person and the crime(s) they have committed. For example, the image above of Mr. William Stanley Moore was taken May 1st, 1925. The caption describes him as: an opium dealer operating with large quantities of faked opium and cocaine. Also a wharf labourer and associates with water front thieves and drug traders.
The images themselves are of excellent quality, beautifully composed and in many cases, quite artistic. Please enjoy this curated selection of 30 photographs along with brief descriptions of each when available.
2. Albert Stewart Warnkin and Adolf Gustave Beutler
18 October 1920
I had the (extremely fluffy) Maddie as my subject for a Pet Portrait this afternoon! Only 7 months old and already big enough to knock me over! To book me for Pet Portraits in NYC email firstname.lastname@example.org Special Blog discount … Continue reading →
This photograph was sent to me – which i’d never seen before of our opening prologue. I’m in the centre (bottom right) unfortunately with the water mark over my face. I have such wonderful memories from working on that show.
Here’s a shot of Stanley the Cockerpoo puppy smiling beautifully for his close up! To book me for Pet Portraits in NYC email email@example.com Special Blog discount quote: ‘BLOG’ to get One hour shooting in Central Park for just $100 … Continue reading →