|Reds Gallery : Photographers : David Morris : Workshop : Barlife|
|Hello, I'm David Morris the Photographer in Residence at
The Red Lion.
The gallery will feature work inspired by the Norfolk countryside and beyond.
I'm also keen to show images produced by guests and patrons of the The Red Lion.
Click on the 'Photographers' link to see the work from our Day of Photography at the Red Lion. This page is still under construction - but we have made a start.
There is nothing in the Workshop link at the moment.
And we have only just made a start on Barlife - but we are on
is Louise Tanoto one of the dancers from Tilted Productions.
The Choreographer Maresa von Stockert had the dancers perform weird and wonderful dance sequences on Cromer beach.
Jo, one of the owners of the Red Lion was so entranced by this dance sequence that she commissioned me to produce a a large framed print of the action.
The framed print will soon be on show in one of the Red Lion's finest rooms facing the sea.
At this point I remember thinking she's never going to dance her way into an aquarium is she?
| Well there you go.
photographed Louise in the bar of the Red Lion. The light from the big
windows facing the North sea provided wonderful illumination.
year I was fortunate to obtain permission to photograph The Household
Cavalry when they came up for their annual training visit to Norfolk.
Here they are on Holkham sands, a dramatic place at the best of times, made even more dramatic by a line of fine horses.
|This is The Household Cavalry at Bodney Camp. If you ever get a chance to see them perform their Musical Ride, don't miss it!
It's heart stopping stuff, especially when they charge out of the arena at the end at full gallop.
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"The Last Hunters' a book about the lives of the Cromer crab fishermen told in their own words.
photographs by David Morris.
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I have an exhibition of work at the Assembly House Norwich until 31 March.
The title of the combined show
is 'I love Norfolk'.
On show are panoramics of the Broads, black and white seascapes and infrared landscapes.