Swarm

It was as simple as ‘get to the top of Finland and turn left’.  At least that is


Blink and you’ll miss it

Iceland. Never has the essence of a country so closely resembled the way in which I see the


Under the Stars in Madagascar

There are times when writing about memories from as far back as my eighteenth year feels wrong. How


Viewpoints

The Rooftop Collective exhibition edition VI Tempus Fugit. So they say. Here we are again, another Rooftop Collective


West of the Sun trailer

A huge thank you to Jim Shannon for putting together this wonderful trailer for ‘West of the Sun’.


No Strings Attached

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


Knee Deep in Prayer

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


The Path Less Travelled?

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


She Flirts With You

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


Alter Egos in the Dunes

I have often wondered what it was in particular that attracted me to photography. What it was that