F28-50A

Latest

Blog_Joe_Plage_de_Saleccia_Sunset_Corsica_August_2016

No Strings Attached

Photography has become my art. Photography has become important. Laden. Very serious. Photography has become entangled in a

Blog_Knee_Deep_in_Prayer

Knee Deep in Prayer

I stood knee deep in the water and prayed. Prayed. If ever a word had connotations, it’s ‘prayed’.

Blog_From_Rob_Iceland

The Path Less Travelled?

Think of a landscape photographer and you may see Ansel Adams trekking up the side of a mountain

Blog_Personal_Carla_in_the_Darkroom_April_2017

She Flirts With You

Much has been written about the relationship between the photographer and their subject. From the intimacy of portraiture,

Memories

Blog_F30-20A

Zen and the Art of Midge Maintenance

Scotland is famous for many wonderful things… Scotland is also famous for it’s midges. I had, of course,

Summer_Evenings

Summer Evenings in the Pub

A couple of weeks ago I was working at Celtic Manor Golf Course – the venue for the

University_of_Brighton_Logo

Revolution in the air

Three years at art college would not be complete without some politics, squatting and clashes with the police.

Leh_March_2011

Cold, tired and high in Ladakh

India 16-03-11 It wasn’t that cold. Or rather it didn’t feel that cold. It was dry, drier than

Randomly Selected

Map_of_Hungary

Cycling into Hungary

Eighteen years old, Morgan and I had decided to cycle to Eastern Europe from Milan, our home at

Blog_F28-13A

There were stars in the sea

There is something magical about being in the zone. When you have a camera in your hand and

Blog_Putting_your_foot_in_it

Putting Your Foot In It

Some things in life are constant. As babies we grow into childhood, dependant on certain things not changing.

Blog_F30-20A

Zen and the Art of Midge Maintenance

Scotland is famous for many wonderful things… Scotland is also famous for it’s midges. I had, of course,