December 2015 News

Although quiet on the photography front, it has hectic behind the scenes. Below is an update of a few projects & some exciting news for 2016 that includes: PhD Research Photography Workshops School Talks/Workshops Mira Rai Film Release Patagonia Bob Graham Round PhD Research After a few months of assignments that […]

Read More

Mira Rai Film Release Postponement

Unfortunately, I have to postpone release of ‘Mira Rai’. This has been a very difficult decision to make but what follows is an explanation of how I have come to this decision. For the past 5 years, I have been studying for a PhD which has been a challenge while […]

Read More

Ultra Tour Monte Rosa

I was fortunate enough to be invited by Lizzy Hawker to shoot this spectacular race that she designed & birthed. The UTMR is a 110 km, 3-day stage race that took place between August 20th-22nd 2015 & led runners on a journey from Cervinia in the Aosta Valley, northern Italy to Grachen, […]

Read More

A Day Behind The Scenes

I love my work and count myself extremely fortunate to wake up each day and start working on something that I am passionate about. That includes days like yesterday that start at 4.30am start to head over to the Hong Kong trail for a sunrise shoot. After an assignment to […]

Read More

Summer 2015 News

It has been an incredible year of opportunities & before launching into some exciting new chapters, here’s an update of what’s been going on recently & some news about what’s on the horizon including: release dates & premiere screenings of Mira Rai shooting some overseas races including the Ultra Tour Monte Rosa […]

Read More

Family Pride – Mira Rai Film Update

News about the release date of ‘Mira Rai’ is included below but first, an insight into a special chapter in the making of this film. This short clip provides a glimpse into a very special moment as Mira returned home to her mountain village after moving to Kathmandu & tells […]

Read More

Why I Shoot Analogue

A quick visit to Facebook and it’s pretty obvious that we like the immediacy of being able to show others our experiences through posting photos that we have taken that day at a party, on holiday or on a scenic trail somewhere. Immediacy is key and has shaped this digital age in which we want instant […]

Read More

Himalayan Adventure

“For the stone from the top for geologists, the knowledge of the limits of endurance for the doctors, but above all for the spirit of adventure to keep alive the soul of man.”  George Mallory I meant to post this when I returned from Nepal in May but like so […]

Read More