Jack was crowned British National Freestyle Champion at his first attempt, aged 14. The young jet skier has since won three more titles and a sponsorship deal with Jobe Sports Europe.
Freestyle disco dancing, combining the athleticism of gymnastics with disco dancing, is gaining popularity in the UK. Chelsea and Jessica, both 13, and 17 year old Beth all train at the Freestyle Disco School in Evesham, Worcestershire.
Despite the UKs weather to have a leaning towards the wet BBC Focus magazine wanted their feature on waterproof coats photographed in a studio. In hindsight it was a great idea, the temperature had drastically dropped on the week of the shoot and, in true British fashion, the skies were blue.
As part of the Museums at Night festival food artists Bompas and Parr filled the moat around the ss Great Britain with lime green jelly. The jelly, chosen for its link to the limes used by sailors to ward off scurvy, was illuminated from beneath Brunel's famous steam liner.
Gurchan runs Elite Detailing and Protection from his parent's garage near Derby. His car detailing costs thousands but promises to leave cars in better than showroom condition. Millions of pounds worth of supercars pass through his garage throughout the year.
Alastair, a traditional cooper, is the last remaining Master Cooper in the brewing industry. He works for Wadworths, a brewery based in Devizes, Wiltshire, where he produces wooden beer barrels.
The British indie-pop band were photographed for The Independent in Bristol ahead of the start of their UK tour.
Students investigate staged deaths in the forensic house facility at Glamorgan University in a feature shot for The Times. The house, which looks like a standard 1960s red brick home from the outside, allows careful study of mock incidents in a natural environment.
Archeologists dig at Stonehenge, a World Heritage site, to try and discover the true meaning behind the famous monument. Photographed for the Daily Mail.
The clothing company, based in Avonmouth, provide licenced television and film clothing to stores such as TopShop. The owners Pat and Claire were photographed for The Sunday Times.
The 'Dad Punk' group, inspired by their middle-aged lives, celebrated an internet hit with the song 'In My Shed'. They were photographed for The Times supporting Hayseed Dixie in Pontypridd.