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Rye Pt 1 – Cobbles on Watchbell St

Rye Pt 1 - Cobbles on Watchbell St A month or so ago, we visited the charming town of Rye in the Rother district of East Sussex. Whilst the small town can be busy with tourists, it is possible to lose the crowds and explore some small and beautiful streets. Many set with cobbles such as this image of Watchbell Street. The areas around St.Mary's Church and Lamb House deliver some of the best examples of why Rye continues to be so popular. As we understand it, this area is known as 'The Citadel' and contains many historical and very well preserved buildings. The light in this part of Rye can be challenging at certain times of day due to the elevated geography (it is essentially built on a rocky hill) combined with the large areas of flat and marshy ground that heads to the sea 2 miles away. This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Details on the usage of the image under this license are available here

St.Mary’s Church, Reculver

St.Mary's Church, Reculver On a trip to the Isle of Thanet earlier this week, we made a quick diversion to visit the church of St.Mary's at Reculver, which dates from 669AD. Perched on the edge of the sea, the church is easy to spot for many miles around. This is due to the twin towers at the front of the church that were added in the 14th Century and are still intact. However, the rear of the church is a crumbling ruin, and was apparently built using some of the stones and tiles of a Roman Fort that was previously on the site. Perhaps there is a slightly eerie or unnerving feel to the church because of its size, isolation and position on the shore line? It was great to visit a part of Kent that felt cut-off and rural, especially considering its proximity to the very populated and urban environments nearby. This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Details on the usage of the image under this license are available here

Old Portsmouth Pt 3

Old Portsmouth Pt 3 Our third and final post from our wander around Old Portsmouth and we are keeping with the doors / windows theme... Black & White seemed to enhance the weathered nature of this pair on doors which are to be found on a small lane called Tower Street. Tower St is on a small outcrop known as 'The Point', also known as 'Spice Island' due perhaps to the exotic wares that used to be unloaded from the ships. Old Portsmouth is packed with contrasts and has a wealth of history - a unique and photogenic place - well worth the visit. This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Details on the usage of the image under this license are available here

Old Portsmouth Pt 2

Old Portsmouth Pt 2 Here is a second offering from our visit to Old Portsmouth - in contrast to the previous post, these windows are far more ornate! Portsmouth Cathedral may not be as celebrated as its neighbours in Chichester or Winchester. It is far less dominate and smaller overall. But it is these facts that make it much more approachable and charming - its tower reminiscent of the maritime buildings in Greenwich (?) We weren't able to go inside this time around but hope to return in the near future and rectify the situation. This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Details on the usage of the image under this license are available here

Old Portsmouth Pt 1

Old Portsmouth Pt 1 Late last year we spent an afternoon exploring the historic area of the Island of Portsea known as Old Portsmouth. Having visited the area five or so years previously (and capturing some great images) we thought it deserved a second visit... Even though the sky was grey and a bit too bright for our liking, we got stuck in anyway and our perseverance was rewarded. Here is the first of the images from this shoot - Possibly not quite as 'historic' as claimed at the outset, but full of character none the less. This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Details on the usage of the image under this license are available here

Filming of Annual Lecture at IET London

It was great to be asked to produce a video of the inaugural Sir Brian Neill Lecture for our friends at the Society for Computers & Law. And when we realised that the lecture would be held at the Institute of Engineering and Technology at Savoy Place, we jumped at the chance.

Video Production at Herbert Smith Freehills

As part of a series of webinar videos, we travelled to Exchange House in the City of London which is the home of Herbert Smith Freehills. They kindly hosted this Seminar on Renegotiations and Disputes which is one of the modules of our client’s Tech Law Essentials course

Audio Recording of Legal Hearing – London SW1

We were contacted by the Pensions Ombudsman to come and record a legal hearing that they were holding in central London. It was a one-day tribunal with between ten and fifteen people in the room at anyone one time.

Seminar Recording at Hunton & Williams

It is always a treat to visit an iconic building, and 30 St Mary Axe is definitely iconic. Getting in was one of the toughest parts of the job (their airport-style security is understandable for such an iconic landmark!).

Podcast Recording of quarterly meeting

We travelled up to Bishopsgate in the Square Mile for this Podcast Recording of the investment firm 7IM’s quarterly investment update. Their impressive new offices were a pleasure to work in, and it was the perfect opportunity to use our new U851R boundary microphones.

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