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No Strings Attached

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

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Knee Deep in Prayer

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

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The Path Less Travelled?

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

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She Flirts With You

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

Memories

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Madagascan Hissing Cockroaches

When you are on a 64 hour journey down the spine of Madagascar on the back of a

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Speedometers and Bikes

When cycling around Eastern Europe it was very low-tech for Morgan and I. Our decision was spur of

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Confiscation in Aden

This was one of those moments when something inside you withers away and dies. I was only just

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Ablutions on the Giant’s Causeway

Sometimes you have to squeeze a trip into whatever time you have available. And if all you have

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Choreographed Papal baby blessings

The day of the Pope’s visit to London was all about the protests and marches for us. That

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Holi Hunters by Jim Shannon in Sidetracked

The latest edition of Sidetracked came out today and it features an article by Jim, reporting on our

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Barbara Wace by David Deveson

I first started taking photographs at The Central School of Arts & Crafts in London. They were taken

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In Collaboration with Annamarie Dzendrowskyj

As a photographer it pains me to say it but in a direct comparison to painting, photography will