Visiting undeveloped and tourist-free Thai islands seems to be my adventure of choice at the moment, and not wanting to be left out, Ko Kradan came-a-calling! Many have argued that it is the most beautiful island in Trang - due to its isolation, the bright blue-green crystal clear waters and the white sand beaches. Situated just south of Ko Mook and Ko Ngai, Ko Kradan is a... read more
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I often wonder why I don’t simply move to Bangkok given how often I’m here, perhaps that’s something that I need to start considering! On this trip I wanted to capture the more tranquil side of Bangkok, namely Benjakiti Public Park and Lumphini Park, and in keeping with the tranquillity theme I paid another visit to the wonderful Wat Arun Temple - finally, after all of... read more
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Singapore again? Yes indeed, this time for more blue hour and night-time shooting and to see the newly opened Gardens by the Bay. I have always been a huge fan of Singapore - the weather is usually kind to me, the streets are always oddly quiet even though it’s busy and the architecture just keeps getting better and better, especially for photographers. As I mentioned... read more
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I am pleased to announce that I have been asked to be part of a travel photography feature with the magazine - Digital Photographer. I am very honoured to have been asked and hope that my section will give everyone a little more insight into portraiture work. I have included the original questions asked and my responses, as the feature itself only uses certain parts. The... read more
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Never one to pass up an opportunity to be on a remote island for a few weeks, the following shots come from such a place - a tiny island which is often overlooked, namely Koh Lipe which is located in southwest Thailand. Although technically on my holiday, any travel photographer will know that such breaks no longer exist, as much as you try to relax all that you see are shots... read more
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It has been quite some time since I have blogged about a temple but I feel this particular place is more than deserving of a post, it is the wonderfully quiet and very spiritual UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bodhnath in Nepal. I have been here on three different occasions, each in different years, and each time I fall in love with this small town a little more! ... read more
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Goldfish in plastic bags, amazing skyscrapers and walkways which make for great shoot locations - three things I love about Hong Kong and three things that can be seen in the same area. I never tire of this wonderful island, each time I visit I have new shoot ideas and there is usually a new skyscraper for me to go and see. The chaos and the colour, the old mixed so... read more
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The last few months have been jam packed with interviews, research and sponsorship talks, however the time has finally come to have less talk and lots more new photos… The first destination in a long line of overdue blogs is Sydney, one of my all time favourite cities and a place which has enough going on to make every photographer happy!... read more
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I am pleased to announce that I have been asked to take part in the EXPOSED series of interviews, which are in association with Manfrotto. I am very honoured to have been included and hope that my answers will give everyone a little more insight into my work. I have included the questions and answers below but if you would like to see the official page please follow this... read more
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I am delighted and honoured to be able to announce that I have been invited to become a member of the X-Rite's prestigious Coloratti group. For followers of my work it will already be clear that colour plays a significant role in all of my imagery, so to have one of the world’s leading colour calibration companies and self declared “Colour Perfectionists” recognise this... read more
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