Wild Camp & Landscape Photography Place Fell

Last year (2014) I  did my very first solo wild camp. You can read about my experience here. Ever since that trip, I have been hooked. Wild camping allows you to fill your photography boots to the very brim; shooting sunset, dusk, night, dawn & sunrise in one glorious session. Free from the pressures of […] Continue Reading >

Isle of Skye Photography

A trip to the Isle of Skye starts off on the right foot and ends with a high as I have to pass right through Glencoe; A world class location for any landscape photographer. It’s a shame that I could not spend a full day exploring Glencoe, it was just a quick stop off as […] Continue Reading >

Photographing Sprinkling Tarn

This blog is intended to give a little more information about my recent landscape shoot & walk to Sprinkling Tarn in Borrowdale whereby I recorded the video below. My route started at Seathwaite and headed up towards Sprinkling Tarn, which is approximately 2.5 miles away. The walk then continues around to Styhead Tarn and loops […] Continue Reading >

Solo Wild Camping & Landscape Photography

So, I thought it would be interesting to write a little piece about my first solo wild camping experience. Wild camping has always appealed to me and the benefits of doing this can be fantastic, however I have always lacked confidence to solo wild camp and I have no photography friends who would be interested […] Continue Reading >

Iceland Revisited – Jan 2014

After my previous visit to Iceland in winter 2012/2013, which had been a success, we decided to return again in 2014 as 5 days was not nearly enough time to see and shoot everything. Unfortunately this visit was not as fruitful the year before. The reason for this was because of the poor weather and […] Continue Reading >

Microadventure – High Up in Northumberland

What better way to spend an evening than hiking out to a remote crag, high in the hills of Northumberland and what better inspiration to do so than Microadventures. The plan was simple, we would take the bare essentials, locate the crag & find shelter suitable for 3 guys & fire. It sounds simple, however […] Continue Reading >

South Iceland Winter Photography Blog – 2012

Day 1 After a short 2.5hr flight from Manchester to Reykjavik, my girlfriend & I were raring to go & start our adventure in Iceland. Unfortunately for Charlotte, I was determined to turn our romantic trip away in to a photography fest. How could I not? The plan was to arrive in Reykjavik at 3pm […] Continue Reading >

UK Meteor

On September the 21st at 22:54 a fireball was seen across the UK skies from as far south as Kent all the way up to Scotland. There were even reported sightings in Scandinavia. The fireball traveled from south east to north west and it lasted approximately 30 seconds. I was one of a handful of […] Continue Reading >