The shoot was to cover the attempt to climb Great End in the Lake district by a young lady whose speed was measured in hours per mile, rather than miles per hour. We were overnighting on the mountain so all weight was at a premium, this meant that I just had one camera with my lightest lens which was a fixed length 35mm. The window frame was sponsored to the top by my BNI chapter.
Smart casual clothing, accessories and homeware that look stylish in both town and country, is our mantra. With a family history in textiles from 1826 to the present day, Harry Gaddum was inspired by our eponymous ancestor, capturing the elegance of this 19thto 20thcentury gentleman, with a contemporary twist.