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Category Archives: Travel

Land Rover – Chasing Shadows On The Isle of Skye

Back in January I spent a week on the Isle of Skye, and the reason I was there was to shoot the all new Land Rover Discovery 5. We had a week of suitably wet and wild weather, which of course added realism and drama to the imagery, with the added bonus that the Discovery’s […]

Judging The Outdoor Photographer Of The Year Competition, 2016

I’m very happy to say I’ve been invited to be on the panel of judges for the Outdoor Photographer Of The Year competition, 2016. Once again they have teamed up with Fjällräven, to offer a prize that money can’t buy. This year there is a fresh twist to the prize: the overall winner will be […]

AOP Awards 2016

Delighted to have had my portrait of biologist and seaweed expert, Agnes Mols-Mortensen, selected for the AOP Awards finals, 2016. This was shot as part of a commission for Land Rover, on the beautiful black sand beach at Tjørnuvík, the northernmost village on the Faroese island of Streymoy. It was raining for much of our […]

24 Hours With The Lifeboat Station Project

I’m just back home, having spent the last 24 hours in Hunstanton, assisting Jack Lowe with his Lifeboat Station Project, and I feel compelled to write about it, an experience that frankly I’ll never forget. Before I set off on my journey, early on Thursday morning, I did a quick search for the postcode of […]

Faroe Islands Trip

Just back from a wonderful eight days away, shooting on the Faroe Islands. In the coming months we’ll be able to reveal exactly what we were shooting, and for who.. so, watch this space. Below is a selection of #iPhoneonly images, giving a flavour of these beautiful islands..

The sad demise of Fuji’s NeoPan 400 B&W film

I was sad to see the demise of Fuji’s NeoPan 400 B&W film stock recently. All of my underwater work was shot using NeoPan 400, in a Subal housed Nikon F90x & Nikkor 16mm ƒ2.8 lens, and for those who are wondering.. I rated the stock at 1600asa, and later colour graded the work on […]

Transatlantic Protection

A little transatlantic protection was required for the A2 and A3 print portfolios, in time for our LA and Palm Springs Photo Festival road trip, with Greenhouse Reps, in a couple of weeks. Thanks go to Chris Bradley at Packhorse, for his help and advice, and of course to Cathy Robert, who has made my […]

Photobooth, San Francisco

While on a recent trip to Northern California I decided to pay a visit to the Photobooth Tintype studio in San Francisco. I’d read about them just over a year ago, and like many photographers I am fascinated by the Tintype process, and so when the opportunity came along to witness the process, and have […]

Eerie quiet in central London

I was in central London this week for a portfolio meeting, and finding that I had some free time on my hands I grabbed a coffee and went for a wander. It was the fourth and final day of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations and despite the enormous crowds, some areas remained unusually deserted, mainly […]