The 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles

The Ryder Cup held at Gleneagles, Scotland in 2014

 

Toby has been a regular cameraman on the European tour circuit since 2007, covering numerous golf tournaments throughout the year. He also works on the Ryder Cup, British Open, the Solheim Cup, and the Latin American Amateur Championship.

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Swarm

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

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Blink and you’ll miss it

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

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Under the Stars in Madagascar

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

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Viewpoints

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

Memories

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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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Swarm

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

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Where have all the cats gone

India 19-03-11: It was just a sensation at first, a feeling that something was missing, something you couldn’t

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Portuguese lakes at sunrise

I am now long overdue a film developing session followed by some printing. And I cannot wait. Apart

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The Rooftop Collective Edition V

It always astonishes me how much influence a curator can have on an exhibition. I effectively curate my

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Half a Mile from Russia

I do not know whether it is because of the generation I am from or whether Russia does

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Child’s i Foundation

Working on Big Brother, even on a freelance basis as I have done since it started, you meet

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Stripping away the Gimmicks

Next time you come across a photograph you think is good, try this basic exercise. Simply question why