It was approaching winter when I voyaged to Antarctica and was lucky enough to photograph many of its hardiest species.
Nothing could have prepared me for the sheer variety and number of icebergs that I was to photograph off the coast of the Antarctic Peninsular.
It was less than two hours later when, on exploring the outer reaches of our island, I realised we were camping in the middle of a bog (more…)
Sweeping scenery and magnificent mountains. The Scottish Highlands. It’s the only place on Earth that pulls me like a magnet and where I will eventually call home if I have my way. There’s not a day that goes by when I don’t think about being there – something about it allows me to breathe, to […]
STEP OFF BACKWARDS INTO THIN AIR? SHOULDN’T BE TOO HARD. “Uh-o, we got a problem.” Not the words I wanted to hear whilst preparing to dangle off the side of a ship in the South Atlantic. “What’s up?” I said, eyeing the jolly-faced crewman who was standing before me, holding the two halves of my […]
What’s stopping you from living your dreams? Why are you holding yourself back because of what other people think? Here’s what I think.
Just what I need to be saddled with on a plane for eleven and a half hours to Cape Town. Here’s what happened when I sat next to a bitch from hell …
The only reason I applied to be a Naval Cadet in the first place was to impress my dad, who was a Commander in the RNR. The only reason I was accepted into the Naval Cadets was because my dad was Commander in the Royal Naval Reserves.
Photographs at sunrise over The Quiraing, Isle of Skye The Isle of Skye is one of the most beautiful islands on the planet, in my opinion. I’ve been lucky enough to spend a few winters there at a remote loch-side house sit and have had chance to explore a bit. One of the places I […]