The best camera in the world...

May 06, 2017
...is the one you have on you, as someone wise once said. It's very true, I often find myself bogged down with bags of cameras, lenses, flashes and all the cables I can lay my hands on, having convinced myself that I'll need every last bit of it. That's all well and good, because often on my larger scale commercial shoots I will need to get all the...
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Snapping branches...

November 03, 2014  •  3 Comments
In my last post I broke the news about my obsession with everything tree-related. I honestly think that over the next few years I will be reversing evolution and reverting to a more arboreal existence. With every climb I find new scenes, new angles, new light to chase. The logistics of getting cameras up trees and keeping them from high-speed meeti...
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A life in the trees

October 16, 2014  •  3 Comments
One piece of photography advice that I always carry with me comes from a man whose work is a regular feature in LIFE magazine, National Geographic and countless other publications, the legendary Joe McNally. When someone once asked him 'How do I take more interesting photos', his reply was simply 'Stand in front of more interesting things'. Fair po...
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The forest refugee

April 20, 2014  •  8 Comments
For the past few weeks, I have been lucky enough to enjoy the company of Lucy Radford, a conservationist and writer from Bristol. Ordinarily, I would attempt to ham-fistedly bash away at the keyboard to describe my adventures, but the subject matter for today's post affected me too greatly to be able to describe it properly... so please, Lucy, shar...
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New look website! Whoooop!

September 22, 2013  •  3 Comments
Hi everyone! Well, it's only been a year since I wrote here. Quite a year, I must say, I'm not quite sure what happened to it, but the good news is that my back catalogue is now in much better shape that it was, and now I'm ready to crawl back out of my processing cave, stumbling and blinking into the sunlight to see what my next adventure will be!...
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