Email is the best way to contact me if you have any queries: please email michael @ murphyz.co.uk Otherwise you are welcome to follow @murphyz on Twitter 7 thoughts on “Contact” Totally blown away by your london skyline. You should be well chuffed. Having looked at your other images all I can say is you have an amazing eye. Is it pos to use your london skyline to cover a wall in my apt? Don’t know how to go about it but love the idea. Just bought a flat in Bermondsey with the shard view from my window. Stephen Reply Hello , I recently was looking online for photographers in london to take photos of me for my 16teens pictures. I was wondering if maybe you could do that for me. I would appreciate and i saw your portfolio , you have amazing photos. I’m currently in miami, but i will be visiting london in july. Please let me know how much you charge and all the info. I’m desperate for a good photographer and you look like the one i need. Reply The new shot of the NYC skyline is freaking awesome. I really love your work. Reply I love your photos, I sent you an email too as I didn’t see this part. Can I use your London sunrise panorama to make a single print for my flat please? Thanks Reply Hi Michael I have been reading your blog for about two weeks now, went back to the start and got to say mate what a fantastic job you’re doing and really appreciate the work, time and effort you have put into it. I always look forward to reading and viewing your blog each day, it has become my daily lunch time ritual along with the BBC news (lol) I myself shoot with a Nikon D7000 and have been into photography for about 2 years now, but nowhere near the skill level of yours. I work very near to St Pauls If you ever find yourself organising a “photocrawl “ around London I would love the opportunity to TOG along, pick up some tips and buy you a beer or two just to say thanks. Anyway thanks for taking the time to read this. Dave email: firstname.lastname@example.org Reply Thanks for plotting the London Lumiere locations on Google map, super helpful. 🙂 Reply What was the lens you had on your iphone in the pocket tripod photo? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of new posts by email.