Islay RNLI

Documenting Life on a Scottish Island.

Saturday 21 February, 3pm. If you know my work then you’d be right in thinking that I’d be shooting a film or some form or backstage story at London Fashion week. Not this time… After an hour and a half of hanging onto the back of a 7m rigid inflatable speedboat, shooting pictures of an Read More…

Bernese Oberland

The Nirvana of skiing and shooting Landscapes

I can’t think of a better way to kick off the new year than spending it skiing in Switzerland. I first came here working as a filmmaker/cameraman shooting several ascents of the Eiger for BBC Television’s ‘Blue Peter’. This place made a huge impression upon me then and continues to do so nearly a quarter Read More…

Terence Stamp

Not having a camera meant shooting the portrait

I don’t believe in fate, luck, destiny, Karma or Kismet, as the saying goes ‘you make your own luck’. My particular favorite is ‘preparation meeting opportunity’, the mind being open to and tuned into the infinite possibilities of our interaction with both people and places and how we then interpret, make sense of and utilize this. Read More…