to the world of Geoff Ford, Photojournalist
As one who is passionate about all things Derbyshire, it has been a real privilege to report on local news, events and sport for local publications over many years.
Derbyshire is a wonderfully diverse county with its beautifully inspiring countryside, unique customs and traditions and the cutting edge technology that continues the legacy of Derbyshire’s history at the heart of Britain’s industrial revolution.
I am excited to be able to share my passion through my website and hope you will enjoy my articles and photographs. Here you will find many examples of my coverage of news & events, feature writing, press releases, motor racing, cycling and other sports coverage, music interviews and concert photography. I was delighted to be the official photographer for the 2017 Jenson Button Trust Triathlon and continue to work with local sporting event organisers.
I am a member of the National Union of Journalists and a UK Press Card holder.
If you wish to enquire about my services for your business or media outlet, please get in touch with me via the Contact page on this website.
My work has been published in the following newspapers, magazines and websites:
South Wales Evening Post
Young At Heart
Music is a major part of my life, so it has been a great honour to develop closer links with the industry through my writing and photographs. Below you will find quick links to many of my interviews and concert reviews of some of the great names in music.
Elton John: Concert review, Derby (June 2017)
Hazel O’Connor: Interview and concert review, Buxton (November 2017)
Lulu: Interview (October 2017)
Martin Barre (ex-Jethro Tull): Interview (September 2018)
Paul Young: Interview and concert review, Leamington Spa (May 2016)
Robert Berry: Interview about his new album and his work with the late Keith Emerson (July 2018)
Steve Hackett (ex-Genesis): Interview (September 2018)
The Musical Box: Genesis – The Black Show: Concert review, Leicester and interview with Sebastien Lamothe (October 2017)
Yes: 50th Anniversary Tour concert review, Sheffield (March 2018)
Justin Hayward (above) and Paul Young