~ A Documentary
Paris… Paris was exactly how I expected it to be…
The 21st – 23rd September saw me finally visit one of my dream cities (I won’t spoiler the other cities) with my other half.Read More
Aaron Anderson in Camberwell at 50mm | Coolness personified
Isatu in Camberwell at 50mm
The shot I captured above using my Nikon prime lens (50mm) has to be one of my favourites of this year already!
Why? Because this look was captured by chance :)
I had the pleasure of assisting my local primary school out with their IT, and was lucky enough to be requested to take photos of their childrens' graduation event.
Most photos are for internal use and have been distributed in-house to the relevant heads of school, but I am happy to share this photo of one of the invited governors Kate - taken at 50mm on my Nikon prime lens.
Let me know what you think of this shot. Others may pop up on both @r_ikoroha_photography and/or @iamroyikoroha (both Instagram handles)
Cheers for touching base!
Samanta Bullock photographed at 50mm near Barnes Bridge, Barnes
Photographing Jack Clarke at 18mm-55mm on the beautiful streets of Notting Hill. Class guy to work with as always. Shots below...
A pleasure as always to shoot in Notting Hill.
For roughly the last five years, I have always had a strong desire to be at anything in relation to London Fashion Week (be it the five-day event or the weekend event). Typically, I have missed the events primarily due to not realising in time that they are happening. By the time I have realised, the event is either in process, or has fully passed.Read More
I was in the shower today and it suddenly caught be full in the face that Roy Ikoroha Design is 4 today! 4!!!!!!!
Where has the time gone guys?????!!!!!
It feels like yesterday I was deliberating over processing the registering of R.I.D and the direction I was going to take the business in! Fast-forward to today and I can happily say I have covered numerous graphical design and photographic projects - all challenging me in their own unique way.
Four years in the game - plus several years prior to this learning my craft - and I can confidently say I have learnt so much, whilst continuing to challenge myself as a creative on a daily basis!
To my past clients; thank you for doing business with me and for allowing me to be a part of your journey; with some of our latest nights being our greatest nights (I used a Drake line there). To future clients; let's make magic!
To my family and friends who have supported: your support has been undisputed and for that I say "thank you"!
To all: what do the next few years hold because I am very excited to find out!
Until our next blog; have a good day :)
For many years now I have wanted to get some shots of both Chelsea Bridge and Albert Bridge at night!
As you may or may not know, I have been a huge fan of scripted-reality tv series Made In Chelsea since its inception in 2011 and both the Chelsea and Albert Bridges feature heavily. As a photographer and fairly big Chelsea enthusiast; I visited here last in February 2014 for some Chelsea Embankment photography. You can see this by clicking here.
I was after a great night capture and I think I have several now as you can see below.
Architecturally and aesthetically, the Albert Bridge is my preferred bridge...
I welcome your thoughts guys on the shots :)