Benedict Cumberbatch

Within about an hour of taking these they were on Mail Online with an audience I’m told of over 60 million. In this internet age pictures can travel the globe instantly and attract a massive worldwide audience. The next day they were in print in The Daily Telegraph.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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Microlight Pilot Martin Bromage

My pictures of Martin Bromage which I shot the day before his fateful trip went worldwide. This story really touched me because I admired what he was tring to do, and I can remember taking the call hours after I had photographed him telling me he had died. I was stunned and saddened.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

February 5th, 2015|Blog, Cuttings|

Microlight Pilot Martin Bromage

Pictures taken by me the day before Martins attempt to fly to Australia in a Microlight. When Martin tragically died I watched my pictures go across the world via the Internet. They started here then went to Australia, then back across Europe and Africa. When America started to wake they were picked up over there.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

February 5th, 2015|Blog, Cuttings|

Heather Frost goes Worldwide

Heather Frost, mother of 11 children and the story of her council mansion. A head and shoulders picture taken of Heather by me a few weeks before went worldwide.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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Heather Frost

A simple story and picture of Heather Frost with one of her children led onto a bigger story of her and her massive family being built a new home by the council. My headshots went worldwide.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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Rooftop Protest in Gloucester.

This gentleman evaded the Police and set up home on a rooftop in Gloucester. My pics of him sat on the roof and throwing tiles made nearly all the nationals.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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Gypsy Wedding

I had access everywhere and the pics of this oversized wedding dress went in every national UK newspaper.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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Royal Tax Blunder

A massive story at the time. I was covering the Princess Royal at an event at Gloucester Cathedral and a member of the public told me to look at her tax disc. OUT OF DATE and the pics went everywhere.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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Water Crisis

Free water was handed out during the flood crisis in 2007 and this is one of my more unusual pictures to get used in the nationals.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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Cissy Townsend.

Cissy was forced to leave her care home and died of heartbreak three days later sparking a national debate on care of the elderly in national newspapers, radio and the television.

(Pic Paul Nicholls)

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