Fifty Portraits

at 50mm, of 50 people like me

Portrait No 17 – Simon, writer

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For various reasons I’ve had a bit of break from shooting for Fifty Portraits, mostly because I haven’t had time but there’s been a couple of other things getting in the way too ! I’ve missed it, it’s good to back and its good to have a male volunteer for a change. The women have been far outnumbering the men so far but I do have a number of male volunteers lined up courtesy of Suzanne (Portrait No 13).

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Surprisingly Simon is the second person in the project that was a scientist prior to pursuing his dream to become a writer and it was interesting to hear him talk about his scientific research and realise that many of the skills needed by a writer are exactly the same, it sounds like such a massive career change but there are in reality lots of similarities.

Simon writes copy for websites and blogs with SEO in mind and that’s were all the research comes in, I love his way of working seeming all high tech with his two computer screens (one for the research, one for the writing) but then also using a beautiful leather bound notebook and a fountain pen !

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As well as writing articles for websites and other purposes Simon is following what must be every writer’s dream and is in the very early stages of writing a novel, he didn’t give away much of the plot but sounds like it will be great.

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Unfortunately Simon is too busy writing for other people’s websites and doesn’t yet have his own but can be found on Twitter as @simladd.

And I almost forgot to mention that Simon’s wife Joy has also made an appearance as Portrait No 9 !

(All images ©J Broughton Photography www.jbroughton.co.uk.)

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Author: Janet Broughton

Award winning lifestyle photographer working with horse owners, families and small business owners.

6 thoughts on “Portrait No 17 – Simon, writer

  1. Love the last shot with all the piles of books behind him. That’s how I imagine a writer to be.

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  2. These portraits get better and better Janet, these are my favourite so far to date, you’ve really captured how I envision a writer being. Lovely x

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  3. Thank you Janet. Such great pictures and you captured the essence of what I do. I think I feel more like a writer than ever now.

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