Portraits.
These are the portraits that i will be using.
I have mirrored the stance so both of our bodies are facing each other.
The other images will then be scattered in between both of these shots to show the connection of a father and son. Portraits.
These are the portraits that i will be using.
I have mirrored the stance so both of our bodies are facing each other.
The other images will then be scattered in between both of these shots to show the connection of a father and son.

Portraits.

These are the portraits that i will be using.

I have mirrored the stance so both of our bodies are facing each other.

The other images will then be scattered in between both of these shots to show the connection of a father and son.

A Walkman.

This is awesome, i love how this walkman still works, and Dad uses it with skullcandy’s. 

So funny.

The Shooting Bag.

This is to show my Dad’s passion for air rifles.

We live in a very rural village, and have a largish garden, in which when we moved in Dad knew he had to buy an air rifle to sort out the bunnies and squirrels that were destroying our garden.

I then got taught to shoot. I only went out with Dad shooting once, but before that i had to practice with my gun to make sure it was set up correctly and that i could actually show Dad that i could shot.
Managed to get one as well, i think Dad was pretty proud, although the pellet that went through the rabbit landed about 2 foot away from Dad, it was a close one.

Later on i managed to get a squirrel too. 

Turntable.

Again, a long story goes along with why this beautiful turntable now sits in the garage gathering dust and slowly filling up with water.

Whilst the family were on a 6 week holiday down in Devon, Mum still being at home as she could only come down for 2 of the weeks. Mum usually has clear outs of the house whilst we are on these holiday as we used to go for those 6 weeks every summer holiday. 
So one summer it was the time of the sound system cupboard, this cupboard was filled with all kinds of wires and media players, which Mum had had enough so decided to move it all out in one of the garden sheds.

Dad was gutted and kept saying to me that he was slowly being moved out of the house.

Although now he has them all set up in the garage, except the turntable of course. And it sounds amazing!!!

That garage is such a manly place.

The Belt Sander.

I asked Dad why he had brought the belt sander with him down to the studio to be shot.

His reply was “Well you asked me to bring down my favourite tools, and this thing has so much go!!”

He’s right, you really need to hold on to it.

I love it anyway, reminds me of something out of Thunderbirds.

The Boat.

There is a long story that goes along with this object…

A good while ago, back when i was still having 6 week holidays from school, Dad gave me and Oliver 2 pieces of wood glued together. He then told us to start sanding them down with a point at one end and at the other a curved back.
After 2 days of sanding this wood, my brother and I still had no idea what we were doing, later on that day Dad took us to B&Q to buy some metal and other bits n bobs.
After we got home we found that Dad had finished off the sanding and had varnished them too, we then realised what we were making…boats, and the metal was for a keel.

After we had finished making the boats using B&Q sand bag bags for the sail and bike spokes for the mast, Dad took us down to Maldon to try them out. It did not go well, the boats instantly fell over, so we went back home to put outriggers on one side, then to find that the boats then just fell over the other way. That is why this boat has 2 massive outriggers to help keep them upright.

I had so many fun days down in Maldon, crabbing, sailing these boats and just generally being outside.

Dad always liked to keep us having fun and enjoying every second of each day.

Controller and Engine.

This is referencing Dad and Me. I was never very good at fixing the cars or tuning them to make them faster or to help with problems, so naturally Dad was there for that.
I think he enjoyed fixing them though, taking them apart then putting them back together again.

So this image represents me as the driver and Dad as the engine, the person that made them actually run.

Dad’s MG

Dad has had this car since before i can remember, i think he might have had it before i was born, in fact I’m pretty sure he did, since its a 2 seater and i was the first born, so why would he get an old MG with no place to cart me around.

This is the spare steering wheel for it as Mum bought Dad a nice wooden one to go on it.

I have had so many fun journeys traveling around in his car, it feels so much faster than it actually is because you are so close to the ground.

I hope he keeps it forever, or until i can drive then i hope he gives it to me.

My Car.
This is the shot of my car that i will be displaying.

My Car.

This is the shot of my car that i will be displaying.

Nitro Box
This is the box that holds most of our RC tools/spare parts. 
In my final edit both of these images will be presented, because the box to me is a box filled with all these cool tools that i never knew what they were used for but Dad assured me that they were all extremely necessary. He would really let me use them anyway because apparently i would break them.  Nitro Box
This is the box that holds most of our RC tools/spare parts. 
In my final edit both of these images will be presented, because the box to me is a box filled with all these cool tools that i never knew what they were used for but Dad assured me that they were all extremely necessary. He would really let me use them anyway because apparently i would break them. 

Nitro Box

This is the box that holds most of our RC tools/spare parts. 


In my final edit both of these images will be presented, because the box to me is a box filled with all these cool tools that i never knew what they were used for but Dad assured me that they were all extremely necessary. He would really let me use them anyway because apparently i would break them.