Monday, Jul 16 2012
A Great day was had photographing for Heckmondwike at Hendon Air Museum in London. Heckmondwike have installed new carpeting for the Bomber Command Exhibition that this year has been recognised at last for their great sacrifice during the Second World War.
I basically had access to the Lancaster Bomber and other surrounding areas to capture images for Heckmondwike's PR purposes. It's a tossup between the Lancaster and Spitfire as to which is my favourite plane, both adorned my ceiling in the form of Airfix models when I was a child.
A big thank you to Richard Tweed at Hendon who facilitated my access and was most helpful and knowledgeable. It's nice when you meet people who are willing to assist rather than hinder you whilst you are covering a commission!